Oklahoma Transfer on Death Deed
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Starting November 1, 2008, real property in Oklahoma may be held in transfer on death form under the Non-testamentary Transfer of Property Act. 2008 Okla. Sess. Law Serv. Ch. 78.
The Non-testamentary Transfer of Property Act extends to an interest in real estate. Oklahoma law defines real property as including land, fixtures to land, and appurtenances to land. Oklahoma law defines land as the solid material of the earth, whatever may be the ingredients of which it is composed, whether soil, rock or other substance. A thing is incidental or appurtenant when it is by right used with the land for its benefit, as in the case of a way or watercourse, or of a passage for light, air or heat, from or across the land of another.
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