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noun

a written instrument legally conveying property to a trustee, such as a bank, often for the purpose of securing a mortgage or promissory note.

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Also called deed of trust.

Origin of trust deed

First recorded in 1745–55
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trust deed

noun

a document that transfers the legal title to property to a trustee
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