Blank deed

See Deed.
a printed form containing the customary legal phraseology, with blank spaces for writing in names, dates, boundaries, etc.

See also: Blank, Deed

References in classic literature ?
The lawyer read over the deed, and when he had read it he informed Szedvilas that it was all perfectly regular, that the deed was a blank deed such as was often used in these sales.
A blank deed is filled out claiming that the property owner is transferring the property to someone else.
On acceptance of the RSC'S offer, the employee signed and delivered a blank deed to the RSC.
According to the Tax Court, however, if the relocation company were acting as an agent, it was acting as an agent of the relocated employee with the power to complete the blank deed.
This blank deed prevented the relocation company (employer) from obtaining legal title to the employee's former residence.
Under the new standard, if the sale of the employee's residence to a third party, with the assistance of an employee-provided relocation company, is viewed as two separate sales, then no compensation is taxed to the employee, even if a blank deed is used.
Transferred employees are required to sign a blank deed that is not recorded.
This is in sharp contrast to Amdahl, where the Tax Court found that no sale took place between the employee and the employer because the employee retained legal title by using a blank deed.
Employers and relocation management companies that use the ERC's 11 key elements and structure sales to conform to Situations 1 and 2 of Revenue Ruling 2005-74 should have no trouble treating the employee buyout as two separate sales, even if a blank deed is used.
A blank deed was passed off as the "Toronto Purchase.