A deed of transfer, or also called a deed of transfer of title, is the notarial document by which an asset is legally transferred to another. Through the deed being signed by the buyer and seller and the registration of the deed in the appropriate public registers, ownership is transferred.
For the transfer of e.g., real estate and
The portion of registered capital of a private or public limited company
» Meer over share shares, a deed of transfer is required. If the transfer involves real estate, the deed must be registered in the land registry. A deed of transfer is usually preceded by a purchase agreement or sales contract. However, this does not transfer ownership of a property subject to registration.