Curry v. Colburn

In Curry v. Colburn, 99 Wis. 319, 74 N.W. 778 (1898), the deed was given to the grantee so he could take it to his lawyer for examination. The court in Curry stated that a deed is never effective until it is delivered with the intent to pass title, and to constitute a valid delivery, the grantor must part with his or her dominion with intent to pass title. Since delivery was not made with the intent to pass title, it had not been delivered.