(law) In the law of real property, a series of documentsrecorded in the appropriate government repository which establish the passage of a parcel of property from owner to owner, ideally back to the first owner to reduce the property to private ownership.
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chain of title - Legal Definition
The history of a parcel of
real property or of a commercial paper from its original owner or issuer to its
current owner or issuer, including all conveyances and owners in between. Any
gap in the history casts doubt on the current owner’s claim of title. See also abstract of title and title insurance.