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Geminitwin, Home Owner in 11710

can someone be on the deed and not on the title. Do you need to be on title to prove ownership in that property?

Asked by Geminitwin, 11710 Thu Sep 15, 2011

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You could remove someone from a deed, which will remove them from title (and the deed). is that hat you are asking?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 23, 2011
For any necessary legal advice do consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate--a deed is a legal document that conveys ownership from the previous owner/grantor, to the new owner/grantee; whereas ownership of the title to a property is determined by examining records, including deeds, liens, mortgages, judgements, etc.; again, consult with your attorney, he/she can better advise as it relates to your specific situation...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 15, 2011
I'm not sure what you are asking. Deed and title are 2 terms which are generally used synonymously. A deed is prepared to convey title from one party to another. Title is just proof of ownership, generally the deed. Can you explain your understanding of the word deed and the word title?
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