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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Title_(property)

In property law, a title is a bundle of rights in a piece of property in which a party may own either ... The extinguishing of ancient, forgotten, or unasserted claims, such as E's in the example above, was the original purpose of statutes of limitations. ... used for real estate, motor vehicles, and some types of intangible property.

www.answers.com/Q/A_written_claim_to_some_piece_of_property

Im not sure about the full properties about the dustless chalk, though I do know how it works. It simple. The compounds in the dustless chalk are heavyer more ...

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What is a piece of music written by two people called? Duet. 2 people found this ... The purchase of partial rights to a piece of property is called a? conservation ...

www.insurance.ca.gov/01-consumers/105-type/95-guides/03-res/res-prop-claim.cfm

After a property loss you must report the damage to your insurance company agent or ... Try also to remember where and when you bought each piece and about how ... In some cases the adjuster may recommend hiring a licensed engineer to .... a written notice that, in addition to CIC Section 790.03, Fair Claims Settlement ...

www.lectlaw.com/files/lat06.htm

It's not enough for someone just to make a claim, orally or in writing, ... Some states require the trespasser to have paid the taxes on the property for the .... So if the only access to a piece of land is by crossing through a neighbor's property, the ...

www.washingtonlawhelp.org/resource/how-to-claim-the-personal-property-of-someone

Here are some examples of property not included in the probate estate: ... and you still wish to claim it, you must get the other successor's written authorization.

www.osbar.org/_docs/public/lioa/chapter6.pdf

your interest in a particular piece of property, or if you want to create one, you should ... If you want to transfer your interest in real property, you must do so in writing. The document .... Some gifts may create tax problems for the former owners or recipients. Heirs and others may claim an interest in the property. Also, most ...

www.americanbar.org/newsletter/publications/law_trends_news_practice_area_e_newsletter_home/2011_summer/real_property_interests_deeds.html

The most common estate for owning a real property interest is the “fee simple ... local laws, which could potentially supersede any written TIC Agreements. .... Some examples of defects in title include claims of previously unknown heirs, ... all of his or her rights in a particular piece of real property over to the other spouse; or ...

nationalparalegal.edu/public_documents/courseware_asp_files/realProperty/Acquisition/ClosingandDeeds.asp

Al, a friend of Bill and Hillary's wants to sell Chelsea a piece of property. ... Barney are talking, Fred's wife, Wilma, comes home carrying some heavy packages. ... If a deed is written and then (1) notarized by a notary public and (2) then given .... In other words, if the grantee is sued by someone who claims to have had title to ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/marriage-property-ownership-who-owns-what-29841.html

Who owns marital property and to whom can they leave it? ... You are free to leave your property to whomever you choose, subject to your spouse's right to claim a ... no matter whose name is on the title document to a particular piece of property. ... or other written agreement that makes some or all community property the ...