A grant deed cannot be delivered to the grantee conditionally.  Delivery to the grantee, or to his agent as such, is necessarily absolute, and the instrument takes effect on delivery, discharged of any condition on which the delivery was made, unless the condition is stated in the deed itself.  Here, before their divorce, wife delivered grant deeds to two properties to husband on the condition that he obtain financing to buy them from her.  Held, the oral condition was voided by wife’s delivery of the deeds to husband, which granted husband full title to the property unencumbered by the oral condition.