Ingress, egress, and regress

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In property law, ingress, egress, and regress are the rights of a person (such as a lessee) to enter, leave, and return to a property, respectively.

In a sale and purchase contract, it means that the buyer get full rights to insure the property according to Standard A.

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  • Black's Law Dictionary (5th edition). West: St. Paul (MN), 1979.