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title deed

noun [C, usually plural]
 
 
LAW, PROPERTY
a document that states and proves someone's legal right to own a building or a piece of land: hold/have the title deeds to sth There is often confusion over who holds the title deeds to older properties.
Translations of “title deed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 所有權證書,產權證, 房契…
in Chinese (Simplified) 所有权证书,产权证, 房契…
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