It is a title given to a property that frees it from any deficiency or encumbrance. The absolute title is given to the owner of a property that gives him/her an unequivocal right to own the said property, with no one can dispute or challenge him/her. This is in contrast with titles that have attachments, judgments or liens. This is sometimes referred to as "perfect title."
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