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Synonyms for title

an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

the fact of possessing or the legal right to possess something

a legitimate or supposed right to demand something as one's rightful due

a right or legal share in something

the word or words by which one is called and identified

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a heading that names a statute or legislative bill

the name of a work of art or literary composition etc.

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a general or descriptive heading for a section of a written work

the status of being a champion

a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it

an established or recognized right

(usually plural) written material introduced into a movie or TV show to give credits or represent dialogue or explain an action

an informal right to something

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give a title to

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designate by an identifying term

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Upon death, legal title to the testator's property is transferred to the executor (who is also a trustee and is sometimes called a personal representative).
Only the legal owner of goods or someone who is authorised or held out by the true owner as entitled to dispose of them can make a disposition which is effective to pass legal title.
Situation 3: because B's only duties under the MLT agreement are to hold legal title to Greenacre and transfer title at A's direction, the MLT is not a trust.
So, rather than being a way of taking land away from the owner, the adverse possession law protects the present owner's title or possession, even against someone with "better" legal title, like the great-grandson and heir, who appeared 100 years later with an authentic written deed.
But most prefer the corporation sole model whereby the ordinary holds legal title to all assets in the diocese.
The parties involved in this case were not married but had lived together in a property where the legal title was held in joint names with no specific declaration of how it was to be shared if the relationship ended.
An outlay of a little more than pounds 20 has enabled me to become the owner of a prestigious legal title, according to website Lord Titles.
A trust arises when legal title to property is held by one or more persons while its use, enjoyment and benefit belong to another.
This presents two issues, the first issue relates to the ability of an Islamic financial institution to hold title to real property and second (following on from the first) relates to the nature of title transfer -- that is, can the title transfer be contractual (or notional) rather than a transfer of legal title (registered title) in favour of the Islamic financial institution.
Ritter challenges the popular view that the sedate and regular negotiations and agreements between Australian Aboriginal people and resource companies lead to economic and social benefits for the people who hold legal title to land.
The owner also receives a guaranteed legal title, an accurate plan and up-to-date and authoritative record of ownership rights.
According to the Indigenous leader, the land used to be theirs and was taken by a private citizen who now has a legal title to the land.
Earlier on, while still in school, Paindiris' professional experience included acting as a Legal Title Examiner at JNP Associates and as an intern in the advertising department of ARTnews Magazine.
A A RESTRICTION on the sort that you mention indicates that the owners of the properties share the legal title as tenants in common, and not joint tenants.