§36-4-8. Further assurances.
A covenant by a grantor in a deed for land "that he will
execute such further assurances of the said lands as may be
requisite," or a covenant of like import, shall have the same
effect as if he covenanted that he, the grantor, his heirs or
personal representatives, will, at any time, upon any reasonable
request, at the expense of the grantee, his heirs or assigns, do,
execute, or cause to be done or executed, all such further acts,
deeds and things, for the better, more perfectly and absolutely
conveying and assuring the said lands and premises hereby
conveyed or intended so to be, unto the grantee, his heirs and
assigns, in manner aforesaid, as by the grantee, his heirs or
assigns, his or their counsel in the law, shall be reasonably
advised, or required.