What are title deeds?
What is a title register?
What is a title number?
Can I have the original title to my house?
How is my land title and property ownership information available to the public?
Why do I have to pay for a copy of my own title?
Do I need to own a property to get a copy of the title deeds?
Do the title deeds show boundaries?
Are individual company owners shown on a title deeds?
Why does my title show a mortgage/charge?
What does ‘tenants in common’ mean?
Why haven’t I received my emails?
What is the difference between the title deeds and the title register?
How long does a title search take?
What if I haven’t received documents straight away?
What is shown on the title deeds?
Title Deeds give you:
- Current ownership details with thier full name and address
- Title number
- Charges on your property, such as those by a bank or mortgage lender
- Covenants, such as restrictions on use and rights of access,
- Land boundaries
- Purchase price and date (if bought after April 2000)