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An action taken to cure or fix a legal defect. For example, under the Code of Federal Regulations (25 CFR 150.7 – Curative action to correct title defects) which deals with real estate law. The Land Titles and Records Office can initiate an action to “cure” or fix defects in the record which are discovered during the recording of title documents or examination of titles. See also “curative“.

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