Old deed language – is this common?

My home was built in 1932 in Colorado. At the bottom of the deed, every time the home was sold, is the following language. Was this common for homes at the time? Is there particular reason this would this be there?

“the grantor shall and will WARRANT AND FOREVER DEFEND the above bargained premises in the quiet and peaceful possession of the grantees, their heirs and assigns, against all or every person or persons lawfully claiming the whole or any part thereof.”

I am in a situation now where the community I live in is aggressively trying to claim my land by proclaiming the intent was for them to have a huge portion where a river runs through it.

When I stumbled on this language it was as if someone long ago saw the future… curious to learn more.

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My home was built in 1932 in Colorado. At the bottom of the deed, every time the home was sold, is the following language. Was this common for homes at the time? Is there particular reason this would this be there? “the grantor shall and will WARRANT AND FOREVER DEFEND the above bargained premises in the quiet and peaceful possession of the grantees, their heirs and assigns, against all or every person or persons lawfully claiming the whole or any part thereof.” I am in a situation now where the community I live in is aggressively trying to claim my land by proclaiming the intent was for them to have a huge portion where a river runs through it. When I stumbled on this language it was as if someone long ago saw the future… curious to learn more. submitted by /u/LaLunaLola [link] [comments]

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