Is dad a title or term?
it depends on how you use it. if you say, "He is my dad." its a term. If you say "Dad has the car." Its a title because you are using it in place of his name.
The noun 'dad' is a common noun, a general word for a male parent; a word for any dad of anyone. A common noun is capitalized only when it's the first word in a sentence. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing. When the male parent is your dad, you call him 'Dad' which is a proper noun as his title. As a proper noun is always…
Dad has transferred title to his residential property to me as a gift Do I have to share this with the rest of my siblings?
My wife is about to payoff her auto loan that is in her father's name When she sends in the payoff check will she be able to request the title in her name or will the title need to go to her dad?
No. A deed is the legal document by which ownership of real property is transferred to a new owner. A title search is an informal term that refers to the examination of the land records for a specific property for a specific number of years that varies by state. The more formal term is title examination and it documents the status of the title and whether there are any outstanding encumbrances, liens or interests. No…
A web page title refers to the name of a specific page of a website (e.g. Home, About, Contact). A website title refers to the text that appears at the top of your browser when you visit a website (e.g. John Doe Plumbing - Chicago Plumber). It tells search engines what type of website is being indexed.