evidence of title

Evidence of Title

A document proving ownership. An example is a deed to a car.

evidence of title

Proof that one has title to property; may be deeds, court orders, probate estate proceedings,or Torrens certificates.

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They also claim that registration does not vest ownership over any particular property, but is merely an evidence of title thereto.
All share certificates of the company in issue bearing the former name of the Company continue to be evidence of title and valid for all purposes.
A torrens title system is an "absolute title by registration" system whereby registration of title is conclusive evidence of title subject to limited exemptions specified under law and a similar system was adopted by the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority (DIFC) to provide investors greater certainty with respect to property interests in the DIFC.
Equity includes stocks, share issuances, depositary receipts, or any other evidence of title or ownership.
This will give you the chance to inform potential buyers about Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) and evidence of title, to give them a sale statement, detail the terms of the sale, and provide information on any standard searches.
The HIPs, which contained information such as an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), sustainability information, sale statement and evidence of title, were scrapped.
A HIP contains various documents about a property, including evidence of title and searches.
Regardless of the evidence of title registered, or title opinions from legal counsel, the investor may minimize any potential risks by placing title coverage on the asset--a product available in some, but not all, of the emerging European markets.
They contain evidence of title, certain searches and an Energy Performance Certificate, but the original requirement for them to include a Home Condition Report was dropped some time before their introduction.
As well as an energy performance certificate, Hips must contain information on whether the property is freehold or leasehold, standard searches and evidence of title and information on the lease if it is a leasehold property All properties marked for sale since December 14 last year in England and Wales will require a HIP before a sale can take place.
They must contain an energy performance certificate, information on whether the property is freehold or leasehold, standard searches, evidence of title and information on the lease if it is a leasehold property, although this last part is being phased in next year.
From August 1, every home put on the market with four or more bedrooms had to provide a Hip containing information including energy performance, a sale statement, searches and evidence of title.
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