the right of ownership to property, esp. real estate, which is free of any liens or judgments; also a document that states a person or legal entity has the right of ownership
The court declared that the Native Americans had absolute title to the land.
Unless the absolute title is conveyed, the contract is merely a mortgage.
When the debtor fails to pay the debt when it is due, absolute title to the property vests in the mortgagee or creditor.
Does a mortgagee have absolute title to the property mortgaged?
It is a contract, and, when transferred to a third party, becomes an absolute title to the goods.
One who has the absolute title, called fee simple interest, in real estate may mortgage it.
Under the present law the absolute title in the coal beneath the surface passes to the grantee of the Government.