An executor's deed is a legal document that transfers the Title or ownership of a real estate property from a deceased person's Estate to Heirs, Beneficiaries, or another purchaser.
The deed typically includes information about the deceased person, the Executor who oversees the transfer, the property being transferred, and the recipient of the property.
It's typically used when the deceased has a Will that directs the transfer of their property to a specific recipient. The will also names the executor, who has the authority to sell or transfer the property as the legal representative of the deceased's estate.
If no will existed at the time of death, then the the deed is known as an Administrators Deed.