The actual lawful ownership of real propertyand refers to holding the bundle of rightsconveyed. Title is not a document, but rather atheory pertaining to ownership.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
title (noun)
a) obsolete - inscription
b) written material introduced into a motion picture or television program to give credits, explain an action, or represent dialogue - usually used in plural
a) all the elements constituting legal ownership
b) a legally just cause of exclusive possession
c) the instrument (as a deed) that is evidence of a right
a) something that justifies or substantiates a claim
b) an alleged or recognized right
a) a descriptive or general heading (as of a chapter in a book)
b) the heading which names an act or statute
c) the heading of a legal action or proceeding
a) the distinguishing name of a written, printed, or filmed production
b) a similar distinguishing name of a musical composition or a work of art
a descriptive name - appellation
a division of an instrument, book, or bill , especially one larger than a section or article
a) an appellation of dignity, honor, distinction, or preeminence attached to a person or family by virtue of rank, office, precedent, privilege, attainment, or lands
b) a person holding a title especially of nobility
a usually published work as distinguished from a particular copy - published 25 new titles
- championship
title (verb)
transitive verb
to provide a title for
to designate or call by a title - term style
title (adjective)
of or relating to a title as
a) having the same name as the title of a production - did the title role in Hamlet
b) having the same title as or providing the title for the collection or production of which it forms a part - the title song
c) of, relating to, or involving a championship - a title match
d) of, relating to, or used with the that introduce a motion picture or television program - titles title music
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
title (noun)
a word or combination of words by which a person or thing is regularly known
appellation, appellative, cognomen, compellation, denomination, denotation, designation, handle, moniker ( monicker), nomenclature, title
baptismal name, Christian name, first name, forename, given name; family name, maiden name, middle name, surname; matronymic, patronymic; byname, diminutive, epithet, hypocorism, nickname, sobriquet ( soubriquet); banner, rubric, tag; alias, cryptonym, nom de guerre, nom de plume, pen name, pseudonym; binomial, monomial; trivial name, vernacular; misnomer; brand name, label, trademark, trade name
title (noun)
a word or series of words often in larger letters placed at the beginning of a passage or at the top of a page in order to introduce or categorize
caption, head, header, headline, rubric, title
banner, streamer; catch word, guide word, running head; greeting, salutation; superscript, superscription; subhead, subheading, subtitle
title (noun)
the position occupied by the one who comes in first in a competition
championship, title
title (verb)
to give a name to
baptize, call, christen, clepe, denominate, designate, dub, entitle, label, nominate, style, term, title
brand, stigmatize, tag; denote, specify; miscall, misname, mistitle; code-name, nickname; rechristen, relabel, rename; surname
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