It is proposed, in the first part of this paper, to consider the nature of the delivery of a deed, more particularly a deed of conveyance, and the facts and circumstances which the courts have regarded as justifying an inference of delivery. The second part of the paper will be devoted to a consideration of the necessity of the acceptance of a deed, in addition to delivery, in order that it may have a legal operation.
Herbert T. Tiffany,
Delivery and Acceptance of Deeds,
Mich. L. Rev.
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