Definition Of deed

noun

a legal document that is signed and delivered, especially one regarding the ownership of property or legal rights.

Minors can't sign deeds or other legal documents, and they aren't allowed to receive money once the property is sold.

an action that is performed intentionally or consciously.

doing good deeds

convey or transfer (property or rights) by legal deed.

they deeded their property to their children

Example Of deed

  • All your parents need to do is sign a deed conveying ownership of the home to you.

  • As a result of the defeat, his every deed will be performed under a magnifying glass.

  • ‘A gentleman never turns away from the opportunity to perform brave and noble deeds ,’ Conor said.

  • But his proud parents Nick and Denise, who run the the Holden Arms, Grane Road, Haslingden, had no idea of his brave deed until days later.

  • But some, who saw what took place, said: From where does this child spring, since his every word is an accomplished deed ?


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