reconvey

[ree-kuhn-vey]
verb (used with object)
1.
to convey again.
2.
to convey back to a previous position or place.

Origin:
1500–10; re- + convey

reconveyance, noun
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Check to see if there is a court order to reconvey the property or to exonerate the bond.
At any time, the governmental subdivision may reconvey the property to the state in trust for the taxing districts.
The easy way out of this would be if she would reconvey or sign off on a deed to you.
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