You don't have to do so now, but you should because if your need to sell, mortgage, etc., the condo you will have to in order for you to be able to sign the deed.
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No-but the proper documents would have to be recorded if the property was transferred out of the trust to show the authority of the trustee to transfersaid property.
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I agree with the other two answers. When you go to sell or mortgage the property, a title insurer will require you to file a Notice of Acceptance of Trust and the relevant portions of the trust document showing that the trustee has the authority to sell, encumber, or convey the property along with an affidavit from the trustee reciting their authority.
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