Real Estate Glossary Term
Innocent Purchaser For Value

Another term for one who purchases in good faith, or a bona fide purchaser. The innocent part refers to no prior knowledge (actual or constructive) of an unrecorded interest in the property, such as a prior sale to a third party or a loan secured by the property. The for value part refers to a valuable consideration paid by said purchaser for the property.

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