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Synonyms for deed

Synonyms for deed

something done

to change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document

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Evermore did he now see himself as the doer of one deed.
There is another madness besides, and it is BEFORE the deed.
is indeed my misfortune; yet let me hope that De Bracy's name has not been always unspoken, when minstrels or heralds have praised deeds of chivalry, whether in the lists or in the battle-field.
They did no gentle deeds, but cared only for themselves; and when they found their labor was in vain, they tried no longer, but sat weeping.
And soon little Bud found out their gentle deeds, and her friendly words gave them new strength.
Then, with tears, the Fairies answered, "Ah, good little Bud, you have taken the hardest task yourself, and who will repay you for all your deeds of tenderness and mercy in the great world?
Through the dreary months, when they might have dwelt among fair Southern flowers, beneath a smiling sky, they toiled in the dark and silent earth, filling the hearts of the gentle Flower Spirits with grateful love, seeking no reward but the knowledge of their own good deeds, and the joy they always bring.
Then, while happy tears fell, Queen Dew-Drop placed the bright crowns on the bowed heads of the kneeling Fairies, and laid before them the wands their own good deeds had rendered powerful.
Shahram Safai, Partner, Afridi & Angell legal consultants said: "Without a title deed, the property investor is at risk that his property could be claimed by a third party.
The lawsuit that followed asked whether the pharmacy had a legal duty to warn Deed of the potentially dangerous effects of the prescriptions it filled for her.
John Deeds, 44, hid behind a string of identities, including those of women, to rip off credit and insurance firms.
Under a Notice-type statute, as soon as the second-in-time deed is delivered to a bona fide purchaser, the prior grantee who had yet to record is divested of his or her title that conflicts with the grant to the subsequent purchaser.
Another example of a harmless error is the lack of a date, or an incorrect date on an instrument, such as a deed or mortgage.
A deed of variation allows the beneficiary of a will to re-write the will of someone who has recently died, so the estate goes to someone else, often to the person for whom the money will be treated in the most tax efficient way.
Whether the contract creates a present obligation on the seller to execute and deliver a deed and a present obligation on the purchaser to make payments;