FAQ: What is a Grantor?

Definition of GRANTOR: (noun) / a party who transfers ownership of property to another

As applied to trust law, the grantor is the party who creates a trust and transfers or grants money to the trust.  In real estate law, the grantor is the transferor or seller of real property.

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Daniel R. Antonelli
Representing trust & estate clients with an emphasis on estate litigation in the New York City Metro Area.