An Act of Donation is generally used to transfer the property from one party(ies) to another party(ies). Unlike an Act of Cash Sale, the property is given freely as opposed to being sold.
An Act of Cash Sale is generally used to sell property from one party(ies) to another party(ies). Unlike an Act of Donation, the property is sold for a price.
An Act of Mortgage allows owners or immovable property (real property) to raise funds for any purpose by allowing a Lender to place a lien against the property. Moreover, it allows purchasers to raise funds to purchase said property. The borrower is called mortgagor and the lender is called the mortgagee.
Other Acts vary in the scope and usage - - - some may be used by businesses and others in special circumstances. Some examples include an Act of Contribution where property is transferred in exchange for ownership or investment into a business. Whereas, an Act of Paternity allows an alleged father to acknowledge paternity. If you need such other Acts, you Notary can provide them to you.