A gift of deed is a legally binding contract that transfers the ownership of a real estate property from one person to another, according to the Real Estate Lawyers. The donor, the person that gives the gift of deed, hir... More »

In real estate, a 'gift deed' is a notarized document that transfers ownership of property to another person. Gift deeds are only used when there is no payment or compensation for the property that is being transferred. More »

Typically, a gift deed, also called a deed of gift, identifies the donor, describes the donated materials, transfers legal ownership of the materials to the recipient, establishes any rules for use, specifies ownership o... More »

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A gifted property deed is a legal document that gives legal ownership of a piece of property from one person to another. Because it's intended as a gift, no money exchange is involved. More »

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In real estate, a 'gift deed' is a notarized document that transfers ownership of property to another person. Gift deeds are only used when there is no payment or compensation for the property that is being transferred. More »

A quitclaim deed is a deed used to transfer property ownership when no sale is involved, according to Realtor.com, meaning that there is no money exchanged and no title insurance issued in the transaction. A quitclaim de... More »

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An easement is an interest in land that grants or limits the right to use that land by someone who doesn't own or possess it, according to the legal firm Koley Jessen, and a permanent easement is one that is attached to ... More »