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Title

1. The right of ownership over a piece of tangible or intangible property. In countries and economic systems recognizing private ownership, title represents a recognition by government and society that a person or organization owns something.

2. A certificate acknowledging title. See also: Stockholder of record.

Title.

A title is a legal document proving ownership of a piece of property.

If you are buying real estate you authorize a title search, or examination of property records, to insure that the seller holds the title and has the right to transfer it.

In most cases, if you're taking a mortgage to buy the property, the lender will require you to arrange title insurance to protect its interest until the full amount of the loan has been repaid. You may also arrange for your own title insurance to protect you from losing your property if your ownership is successfully contested.

title

(1) All the elements that create the highest legal right to own,possess,use,control,enjoy,and dispose of real property or an inheritable right or interest in it.(2) The rights of ownership recognized and protected by the law.

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The basic assumption is that 'different genres usually call for different conventions of titling' (Levin 1977: xxxvi).
The norm is in fact a function of collective behavior which becomes an extra-textual literary convention with binding rules that the author finds hard to ignore when titling his/her text.
The DENR's Cagayan Valley chief recalled that the partnership in land titling between the DENR and LGU Quirino started in 2012 when he convinced Quirino Mayor Jossie Maria Bella L.
The partnership resulted in the launch of the LGU-led Titling program on September 25, 2013, and the signing of the memorandum of partnership Agreement (Mopa) on June 23, 2014, making Quirino town the pilot in Region 2.