The completion of deeds is much more of a legal process as you might assume. It’s not as simple as you giving over your property to someone else. There are a slew of legalities involved. As soon as the form is drawn up with the appropriate signatures (such as by the witness of a notary public), it is now a legally binding document, which comes with strict consequences if fraudulently handled. For instance, fraud in this case, would come in the form of falsifying information in the form of forging names. As a result of possible crimes that can lead to imprisonment and instances that could rob honest individuals of assets, the appropriate filing of such documents should be taken seriously.