Payment of debt can be by any means necessary, as long as in the end there is "accord and satisfaction." In other words, if the debtor agrees to take 75% of the bill, or be paid in, say, sandwiches, that's fine too, as long as the debtor and debtee draft an agreement to that effect and the debtor accepts payment.
So, yes, shares, titles
, and other instruments can be used as payment.
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