con·vey /kən-'vā/ vt con·veyed, con·vey·ing: to transfer or transmit (property or property rights) to another esp. by a writing (as a deed or will)
agreed to convey to the estate his Manhattan town house — R. H. Jensen compare alienate, devise, donate, give, grant, sell
con·vey·ee /kən-ˌvā-'ē/ n
con·vey·or /kən-'vā-ər/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I (communicate) verb acquaint, advise, affirm, announce, annunciate, apprise, articulate, assert, aver, avow, bare, become known, broadcast, comment, confide, contact, declare, describe, detail, direct the attention to, disclose, disseminate, divulgate, divulge, educate, elucidate, enlighten, evince, explain, expose, express, get across, get in touch, give an account, give notice, impart, indicate, inform, instruct, keep posted, make acquainted, make aware, make known, make public, manifest, mention, narrate, notify, pass on, point out, post, proclaim, promulgate, pronounce, publish, recite, recount, relate, remark, render an account, report, represent, reveal, share, signify, speak, specify, state, suggest, teach, tell, transmit, uncover, vent II (transfer) verb abalienate, alienate, assign, award, bequeath, carry, cede, consign, contribute, deed, deliver, deliver over, demise, devolve, dispense, donate, endow, enfeoff, give, grant, hand down, hand out, impart, lease, pass, pass down, pass title, present, relinquish, shift, transfer title, transmit, transport, transpose associated concepts: lawfully convey, quitclaim and convey III index abalienate, advise, alienate (transfer title), allude, annunciate, assign (transfer ownership), attorn, bear (yield), bespeak, bestow, carry (transport), cede, circulate, commit (entrust), communicate, confer (give), connote, consign, construe (translate), contribute (supply), dedicate, delegate, deliver, demise, depict, devise (give), devolve, disabuse, disperse (disseminate), displace (remove), disseminate, express, grant (transfer formally), impart, indicate, let (lease), move (alter position), notify, pass (advance), phrase, post, present (make a gift), purport, recount, relate (tell), relegate, remark, render (deliver), send, signify (inform), transmit, transport

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

To transfer property from one person to another.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

To transfer ownership (title) of property to another through a written document such as a deed.
Category: Real Estate & Rental Property

Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.

v. To transfer or deliver property or the title thereto or a property right by a deed or another written instrument other than a will.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

   to transfer title (official ownership) to real property (or an interest in real property) from one (grantor) to another (grantee) by a written deed (or an equivalent document such as a judgment of distribution which conveys real property from an estate). This is completed by recording the document with the County Recorder or Recorder of Deeds. It only applies to real property.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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