Quiet enjoyment. A covenant, usually inserted into a lease or conveyance on the part of the grantor, promising that the tenant or grantee shall enjoy possession of a premises in peace and without disturbance. In mortgages (often referred to as quiet possession), the term refers to the mortgagor’s right to uninterrupted use of the property when not in default.
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