The person who sold you the property did so by deed - they signed THE deed turning over their interest in the property to you. That deed (probably) got taken down to the country courthouse, entered into the archives there, and you can obtain copies upon request.
The thing is, you don't need the deed, unless you're going to a card game or something. If you are to sell the property or otherwise transfer title, you do so by creating a new deed, not using the old one.
Hope that helps,
If you have owned the property for over 3 months the county should have a copy of your deed on records.
If there is some other situation, an attorney or a title company can create a deed (after confirming ownership and that all other required documentation is in place).
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