Bond for deed
A bond for deed is a contract to sell real property in which the purchase price is to be paid by the buyer to the seller in installments and in which the seller, after payment of a stipulated sum, agrees to deliver title to the buyer. It may also be called a "contract for deed" or a "Land Contract"
- "Non-depository -> Bond for Deed -> General Information" (November 26, 2013). Office of Financial Institutions, Louisiana. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
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