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\ ɡrænˈtɔːr \ A person who grants another person or entity (an agent) the authority and power to act on behalf of the grantor in accordance with the powers set forth in a power of attorney document. (2) The person who sets up a trust or makes a disposition of property. … Full Definition »

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