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Are transfer on death deeds public record?

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Title speaks for itself.  If an older relative leaves me BIGDOUGH via a transfer on death deed, because he/she doesn't want my siblings to know that I'm being favored, and - as best I know - since the dough being transferred that way isn't part of the estate and therefore not subject to contestation, could said siblings, if they found the size of the estate to be suspicious, can they look up the records in the county my older relative died in and see that the BIGDOUGH was in fact made mine?

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