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How do I Get a Homestead on Government Land in Northern Canada?

by: Meagan McDougall

Homesteading in Canada is a thing of the past. Most land that is not owned by a private party is Crown Land and is managed by the government. While all Canadians are entitled to camp on Crown Land for up to 21 days, claiming a piece of land as your ...
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How to Amend Your Deed of Trust

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How to Order a Property Deed From Cook County, Illinois

by: Trish Jackson

Property deeds are used to record the transfer of property ownership. Anyone can access them because they are public records. In Cook County, Illinois, you can obtain a property deed at the Cook County Recorder of Deeds office.
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What Are the Different Types of Property Deeds?

by: Lisa Sefcik paralegal

There are many different types of property deeds used to convey real property from a seller (grantor) to a buyer (grantee). Deeds include a granting clause that actually conveys the property and end with a habendum clause that describes the type of ...
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How to Complete a Quit Claim Deed

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A quitclaim deed is quite literally a means to 'quit your claim' to a deed on a piece of real estate and transfer your interest in it to another party. This is commonly used among family members or to place a piece of real estate in to or out of a ...
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