The difference between a Trust Deed and a Deed of Trust is quite significant. A Trust Deed is an alternative to bankruptcy in Scotland and involves a professional overseeing your repayment of debt over a certain amount of time to your creditors.
A Deed of Trust meanwhile, is a legal document most commonly related to the ownership of property. It also involves a Trustee who manages how property is really owned, enabling your percentage of ownership to be protected, even when you are not listed in the land registry as the owner.
For more information, we have a whole blog on the differences between Trust Deeds and a Deed of Trust.