English version

deed of trust

From Longman Business Dictionarydeed of trustˌdeed of ˈtrust noun (plural deeds of trust) [countable]LAWPROPERTYFINANCE in the US, a change of ownership of a property to a TRUSTEE as SECURITY in case the owner of the property fails to do something such as repay a loanA notary forged deeds of trust against people’s houses and got away with $1.8 million.
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