sufficient description


sufficient description
That description which will enable third persons, aided by inquiries which the instrument itself indicates and directs, to identify the property. Sandwich Mfg. Co. v Robinson, 83 Iowa 567, 49 NW 1031 (requisite of description of mortgaged property in a chattel mortgage).

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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