Definition of deed box in English:

deed box

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noun

A strongbox for keeping deeds and other documents.
More example sentences
  • It will have been put away in the deed box not to surface again until the testator either wishes to vary it or dies.
  • In addition, there is a ‘metal deed box’ at Durham Cathedral library that contains ‘some four thousand items, mainly incoming letters’ that are uncatalogued,
  • I was asked to visit their house because they had a few papers, to find two 18th century deed boxes both quite literally crammed full with 18th and 19th century documents.

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