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title deed

a deed or document evidencing a person's legal right or title to property, esp real property
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By EDWIN MUTAIThe Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) has no title deeds for five key international airports, exposing prime land to the risk of invasion by private developers.
More than 41,000 land title deeds have not been collected from the office of Land Registry in Homa Bay County in the last two years.
The post Local authorities delaying title deed process appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
After that the woman received a copy of the flat's title deed on her email that bore the name of a certain person.
Therefore, a title deed transfer tax is collected from the parties to a transaction.
TABO's new app allows Palestinians from all over the world to be connected to Palestine's beautiful lands at the click of a button from their mobile phones whether simply to view a beautiful gallery of Palestine's nature, 3D panorama's or browse available title deed lands.
If such a unit for which no title deed is issued is to be mortgaged, the customer's lender will register its interest (as mortgagor) by filing a caveat form and paying the applicable fees to the Registrar.
The title deed for the town of Old Radnor has been bought by Powys County Council Archives, with assistance from the Victoria & Albert Museum Purchase Grant Fund and donations from the Radnorshire Society, Powys Family History Society and Mike Cole in memory of his wife Sadie Cole.
1% compared with the year 2010, thus recording more than 10,000 cases of title deed acquisitions.
Though the Palestinians claim to know who owns every hill and valley in the West Bank, only a third of the territory occupied by Israel since 1967 has formal title deed, or "tabo" in Arabic.
Vatican is interested in the title deed of Mother Teresa's house, informs Serbian newspaper "Vesti".
com includes a proprietary Real Estate Index, which features the state's most comprehensive collection of land title deed data, provided by Attorneys' Title Insurance Fund (The Fund), combined with expert analysis by Florida's leading real estate economist, Dr.