Land Registry Title Registers, Title Plans and Conveyancing Searches for UK and Ireland

Land Registry Searches - England and Wales (Inc Scilly Isles)

Land Registry online Title Deed and conveyancing searches for all house, office, shop and land property are available to you within 24 hours of placing your order (often within an hour), and your documents will be uploaded to your MyAccount where you can manage, view and print them. You can access your MyAccount section at any time by clicking the MyAccount button at the top of any page. 

We have also made available free ebooks to enhance your experience and usage of Land Registry documents purchased from us. The ebooks are interactive with illustrated content detailing how to best use the information provided by the Land Registry.

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LR1
Title Register (where there is a full postal address)

Please click here if you would like to buy for more than one property at once.

The Title Register is one of the 2 main documents of title (often called Title Deeds). It contains a description of the property, its tenure, name and address of the current owners, purchase price (if bought after April 2000), name & address of mortgagee and details of other charges, covenants, easements, cautions, notices and restrictions.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

It is possible to order Title Registers and/or Title Plans for up to 20 different properties on one form from our web site, attracting a substantial discount from our standard fee.

We also search, as a matter of course, the Day List, which is a list of pending applications and official searches. An example of listed pending registrations may include purchases, transfers, mortgages, charges, notices and restrictions.

The Title Register is also available directly from the Land Registry at a reduced cost, but does not include the additional documents listed below.

Documents Provided
  • Title Register
  • List of Pending Registrations (Day List) - If applicable
  • Evaluation Report (If option selected with Title Plan - view sample)
  • Title Register Information Guide


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Size: 157 KB
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£19.95

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LR1b
Title Register & Title Plan for Land not having a full Postal Address

(e.g. For Land, Fields, Woods, Derelict or Vacant Properties, Lanes, Alleyways)

This is a specialised search where no readily available method of identifying the property by its address or title number is available, and may take up to 5 days to complete. Once completed you will have an up to date copy of the Title Register and (if selected) the Title Plan, in addition to other Land Registry documents that we may obtain in the course of identifying the property.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

The Title Register is one of the 2 main documents of title (often called Title Deeds). It contains a description of the property, its tenure, the name and address of the current owners, purchase price (recorded for sales after 2000), name & address of mortgagee and details of other charges, covenants, easements, cautions, notices and restrictions.

Documents Provided
  • Title Register
  • Title Plan (If option selected)
  • List of Pending Registrations (Day List) - If applicable
  • Other Land Registry documents obtained in the course of our Search
  • Information Guide
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£29.95

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LR2
Title Plan

Please click here if you would like to buy for more than one property at once.

The Title Plan is the other main document of title. It shows a detailed outline of the property in relation to its surroundings, and often (especially with larger properties) has detailed and coloured markings referred to in the Title Register that illustrate rights of way, rights of access, watercourses (not drainage) and sections of land affected by easements and covenants. The general boundaries of the property itself are edged in red.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

The Title Plan is also available directly from the Land Registry at a reduced cost, but does not include the additional documents listed below.

Documents Provided
  • Title Plan
  • Evaluation Report (If option selected with Title Register - view sample)
  • Title Plan Information Guide


File: pdf
Size: 157 KB
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£19.95

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LR3
All Electronically Stored Deeds referred to in the Title Register

(Described in the Register as "copy filed")

These comprise copies of any deeds of conveyance, transfers, indentures, agreements, illustrative plans, epitomies, abstracts of title, licences and wayleave agreements that the Land Registry have filed with the Title Register. They are usually documents once used in the old pre-registration conveyancing process and do not constitute the main title documents. Their main value is their more detailed descriptions of covenants, easements and agreements contained within them.

The deeds for a property vary considerably in their nature, their length and their content; and each property's deeds are different from each other property.

Documents Provided
  • ALL electronically stored Deeds described as "copy filed" for a single Title
  • Deeds Information Guide

  • Where the Land Registry do not hold any Deeds we will instead obtain the Title Register and Title Plan, which are the only other documents available. In such circumstances the Land Registry have taken the view that the Deeds do not make any valid contribution to the property's description.
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£29.95

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LR4
Property Purchase Information

When purchasing a property most people wish to know all about it. This search provides all the registered documents of title together with comparison sale prices for other properties in the postcode area.

The information revealed by this search includes the name and address of the current owner, whether the property is freehold or leasehold, the class of title owned, covenants, easements, restrictions, burdens and rights attaching to the property, the last purchase price (if purchased after April 2000), the extent of the land included, rights of way and recent sale prices of other properties in the same postcode area.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Documents Provided
  • Title Register
  • Title Plan
  • Old Deeds (If any)
  • List of nearby sales and prices during the last 2 years
  • Land Registry House Price Index Report
  • Property Purchase Information Guide
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£59.95

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LR5
Lease

The Lease is the conveyancing document that dictates the rights between the landlord vendor (e.g. freeholder) and the buyer. It is usually a long document of anywhere between 20 to 50 pages and contains details of all the rights and covenants subsisting between the parties.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Since 2006 Leases always contain prescribed clauses at its beginning so as to provide easy reference to some of the main details, e.g. date, length, parties, property address, purchase price, easements, restrictive covenants, restrictions and ground rent.

Documents Provided
  • Lease
  • Lease Information Guide
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£45

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LR1x
Title Deed Combinations

Please click here if you would like to buy for more than one property at once.

Discounts are offered when purchasing combinations of Title documents.

Combination Documents
  • Title Register + Title Plan (£28.95)
  • Title Register + ALL Registered Old Deeds stored digitally on a single Title (£40.95)
  • Title Register + Title Plan + ALL Registered Old Deeds stored digitally on a single Title (£50.95)
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£V

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LR6
Property Ownership Report

Please click here if you would like to buy for more than one property at once.

This search provides a report containing the name and address of the owner, the title number and tenure of the property and the name & address of any mortgagees.

It is sent to you within an hour of ordering, if ordered during office hours (if ordered outside office hours it is sent to you within an hour of the commencement of the next office day). A copy of the Title Register is not included.

Documents Provided
  • Report containing Owner's Name and Address
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£14.95

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LR7
Boundary Search - 2 adjoining properties

This search is the recommended search for anyone requiring information as to their property boundaries, including the boundaries of the house, garden or other land and responsibility for maintenance of fences and garden walls. In any matter involving a boundary dispute, whatever method is used to resolve it, obtaining this search is always the first step, as in most cases the information provided is all that is needed to avoid expensive litigation and surveys.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Please note that plans provided do not as a general rule include measurements, dimensions or angles (although in some instances they do).

Documents Provided
  • Title Registers for both properties
  • Title Plans for both properties
  • Deeds and Documents for both properties
  • Common Law Boundary Presumptions Report
  • Boundary Information Guide
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£99

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LR7b
Boundary Search - 3 adjoining properties

This search is the recommended search for anyone requiring information as to their property boundaries, including the boundaries of the house, garden or other land and responsibility for maintenance of fences and garden walls. In any matter involving a boundary dispute, whatever method is used to resolve it, obtaining this search is always the first step, as in most cases the information provided is all that is needed to avoid expensive litigation and surveys.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Please note that plans provided do not as a general rule include measurements, dimensions or angles (although in some instances they do).

Documents Provided
  • Title Registers for all three properties
  • Title Plans for all three properties
  • Deeds and Documents for all 3 properties
  • Common Law Boundary Presumptions Report
  • Boundary Information Guide
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£146

LR8
Rights of Way Search

This search is the recommended search for anyone requiring information relating to either public or private rights of way affecting their property or adjoining property. Public rights of way are detailed within several environmental reports, and private rights of way (easements) are detailed in the Land Registry documents affecting the properties concerned.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Documents Provided
  • Title Registers for the dominant and servient tenements
  • Title Plans for the dominant and servient tenements
  • Old Deeds for the dominant and servient tenements
  • Neighbourhood Search
  • Countryside & Rights of Way Map centred on your postcode
  • Common Land Search (optional extra)
  • Rights of Way Information Guide
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£149

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LR9
Neighbourhood, Planning & Local Amenity Search

This is a search usually carried out by a person prior to or during the purchase of a property. It is a large document of about 40 pages, listing and detailing important information about the area around the property and the people living there.

It includes an Aerial Photograph, Planning Applications, Land Use, Mobile Phone Masts, public Rights of Way, the local Housing Market, Council Tax Banding, the type of People living in the area, the dominant type of Housing, the Average Property Price, Crime details, Local Education with maps and statistics, Local Amenities and other Useful Information.

Documents Provided
  • Neighbourhood, Planning & Local Amenity Report
  • Neighbourhood Search Information Guide
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£57

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LR10
Common Land & Village Green Search

A Common Land Search is usually made on land that has never been built on or which at one time may have belonged to a Lord of the Manor, or a Town or Village Green. The Search may also be carried out on small vacant urban plots of land as these could be subject to common rights.

The search will provide details of 4 things:

  • Whether the land is registered as Common Land.
  • Ownership (where this is known).
  • Details of the commoner's rights.
  • Details of the common land, i.e. its precise location using mapping coordinates, land designation (SSSI, AONB, etc).
Documents Provided
  • Common Land Search
  • Registration Authority Map
  • CROW map centred on the Common Land
  • Streetmap link centred on the common Land
  • Commoner's Rights Report
  • Common Land Information Guide
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£59

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LR11
Pending Registrations

The Day List is a register of pending registrations, charges, cautions, notices and official searches updated continuously throughout the day. Any entries are likely to relate to pending registrations for the purchase or mortgage of a property, or applications made by persons protecting the priority of a charge or interest they may have.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Documents Provided
  • Day List (Pending Registrations)
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£9.95

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LR12
Index Map Search

Where the title to a property is not readily identifiable an Index Map search must be made to ascertain if the title is registered. The search will reveal all title numbers affecting the property and any Cautions against first Registration. Once the title number is obtained copies of the title deeds can be obtained.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

An Index Map search should always be made by a person who is buying unregistered property, as it will reveal the existence of any claims or interests made by persons who claim to have prior rights to the property, registration of which will be postponed until their claims have been resolved.

We include a copy of the Title Register with this search, in the event that the property is registered.

Documents Provided
  • Index Map Certificate
  • Index Map Plan (if avaliable)
  • Index Map Information Guide
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£19.95

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LR13
History Search

Older copies of the Title Register can be obtained by using this search. However the earliest date we can search back to is May 1993 (which is when digital record keeping at the Land Registry first began). We cannot provide Title Registers dated before 1993, although we can usually obtain copies of Old Deeds dating back before this (see LR 3).

The date that can be applied for depends greatly upon when the property first became registered and the date of the current ownership. For example if a property was first registered on 19 May 1994 and the current ownership began on 20 August 2007 we can obtain an Historical edition of Title Register for any date between 19 May 1994 and 20 August 2007.

You will need to specify a precise date to search or select one of our options which will allow the searcher to find an appropriate date if you are unsure. A separate fee is payable for each date searched and you will only receive one Title Register per search.

Please note this search will not provide details of ownership for all previous owners but only the owners at the date specified.

Because History Searches require old copies of documents they cannot be supplied digitally and may take 3 to 4 working days to provide.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Proving that you no longer own a Property

Sometimes government departments and local authorities require evidence that you no longer own a property.  The best way to do this is to provide them with a copy of the current Title Register (which shows who the current owner is) and a Prior copy of the Title Register dating back to before the sale (which shows that you used to be the owner). Once you click the 'Buy Now' button you will be given 5 options for History Searches. Selecting the 3rd option will provide both the current Title Register and a Prior copy.

Documents Provided
  • Historical Edition of the Title Register
  • Historical Title Information Guide
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£25

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LR14
Manorial Property Search

Manorial Title Registers record the ownership of manorial rights that attach to a property. There is no tangible interest, i.e. there is no ownership of actual property, but merely an interest in property. That interest is known as an incorporeal hereditament. The search is made in 2 parts; first, obtaining a list of the registered manorial interests in a particular administrative area; secondly, obtaining a copy of the Title Register for the manorial interest, if it is shown to be registered.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Documents Provided
  • Index Map Certificate
  • Manorial Property Register (if it is registered)
  • Manorial Title Information Guide
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£30

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LR15
Audit Information for Property Companies (ISA 500 & 550 Compliance)

Auditors involved in property company audits should preferably obtain documentary evidence to establish ownership by the company of its property assets, any third party rights and the values of the properties, in order to comply with the International Standards on Auditing (ISA).

The Title Register which we provide includes:

  • The names and addresses of the property owners.
  • Any registered third party interests, including mortgagees & chargees.
  • Unilateral notices.
  • Other titles affecting the property, such as leasehold, sub-leasehold and freehold.
  • Titles owned by third parties that affect the property, such as fishing and sporting rights.
  • Ground and chief rents.
  • The purchase price (where purchased after April 2000).
  • Bankruptcy notices and winding up petitions.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

We also provide details of properties sold in the property's post code area for the last 2 years and the prices for which they were sold, providing a useful comparison as to the property's value.

Finally, we provide an up to date Bankruptcy search against the name of the company being audited.

Documents Provided
  • Title Register
  • List of Sales and Prices during the last 2 years for the stated postcode area
  • Insolvency Search
  • Auditors Information Guide
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£35

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LR16
Bankruptcy Search - last 3 years

This type of bankruptcy search is made at the Land Charges department of the Land Registry to determine whether there are any pending bankruptcy orders (described as PAs), or whether any actual bankruptcy orders have been made (described as WOs) against a specified individual or specified company during the last 3 years.

Documents Provided
  • Bankruptcy Certificate
  • Insolvency Information Guide
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£9.95

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LR17
Land Charges Search (full) - any period of years

This is a full search of the Land Charges Registry for any period of years after 1925 and will reveal, so far as unregistered land is concerned:

  • Second and subsequent Mortgages
  • Property Contracts
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Matrimonial Orders pursuant to the Family Law Reform Act
  • Pending Actions
  • Writs or orders of Bankruptcy
  • Deeds of Arrangement

In particular, the search will reveal whether an individual or company has ever been made bankrupt during a specified period of years.

It is primarily used when investigating the root of title for an unregistered property in order to determine that the existing and prior owner's had an unfettered title to deal with the property.

Documents Provided
  • Land Charges (Full) Certificate
  • Insolvency Information Guide
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£9.95

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LR18
Fishing Rights Search

Fishing Rights which have been granted by Deed for a period of at least 7 years can now be registered at HM Land Registry as legal Interests in land by virtue of the Land Registration Act 2002. They are an example of a legal interest known as a Profit a Prendre in Gross. Once registered they have their own Title Register, quite distinct from the Title Register of the land over which these interests arise. There may be more than one such Interest registered against a parcel of land.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Where fishing rights are granted for less than 7 years there will not be a registered title for this, nor if it was granted by licence rather than deed. If the right exists as part of the ownership of the land, i.e. it has not been granted separately from ownership of the land, then only the Index map Search and Title Register of the land itself will be provided.

Documents Provided
  • Index Map Search
  • Index Map Plan
  • Title Register of land over which the Rights are registered (or Caution Title Register if not registered)
  • Title Plan of land over which the Rights are registered
  • Title Register of Fishing Rights
  • Title Plan of Fishing Rights
  • Fishing Rights Information Guide
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£69

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LR19
Rights over Other People's Land (Profits a Prendre in Gross)

Some rights over other people's land can now be registered with their own separate Titles, provided that the rights are created by deed and that they have been granted for at least 7 years. Fishing and Sporting Rights (LR18 above) are 2 examples of these.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

This search relates to the right to take other things from someone else's land, e.g.

  • The right to take minerals such as gravel, stone, soil and sand
  • The right to take vegetables and other crops
  • The right to cut and take peat

There may be different registered rights over someone's land to take different things, so there could be many registered Titles.

Where these rights are granted for less than 7 years, or granted by licence instead of by deed the rights will not be registered with their own title. In such cases we will provide only the Index map Search and Title Register of the land itself.

Documents Provided
  • Index Map Search
  • Index Map Plan
  • Title Register of registered Profits a Prendre in Gross
  • Title Plan of registered Profits
  • Title Register of land over which the Profits are registered
  • Title Plan of land over which the Profits are registered
  • Profits in Gross Information Guide
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£69

LR20
Properties Sold in a Postcode Area

This is a search to determine the addresses and sold for prices of all the properties sold in a given road or Postcode area during a 2 year period and enables you to purchase the Title Register and / or Title Plan for each of those properties if you so wish.

This search also includes a free Land Registry house price index report.

Documents Provided
  • Report containing House Prices for the selected area
  • Free Land Registry House Price Index Report for the selected area
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£15

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LR21
Converting a Joint Tenancy to a Tenancy in Common

Most jointly owned properties in England and Wales, by default, are owned as a beneficial joint tenancy. The main legal affect of this is that the joint owners each own 100% of the property and so if one owner dies the other owns the entire property without any further transactions or dispositions. This means that for Inheritance tax purposes the property does not form part of the deceased's estate and does not therefore attract payment of tax.

One major disadvantage, however, is that the respective joint owners cannot Will their share of the property to someone else in the event of their death. To overcome this problem the beneficial joint tenancy needs to be severed and the Land Registry notified. This will change it to a Tenancy in Common.

Converting a joint tenancy involves preparation and service of a Notice of Severance of Joint Tenancy and then the registration of a Restriction at HM Land Registry. The consent of the other joint owners is not necessary (but they should countersign it as an acknowledgement), so that you can convert even if the other joint owners disagree.

Documents Provided
  • Current Title Register
  • Notice of Severance
  • Application to register the Tenancy in Common at the Land Registry
  • Tenancy in Common Information Guide
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£40

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LR22
List of Properties Owned (companies and public organisations only)

A search is made at each Land Registry office in England and Wales to determine what properties are owned by any company or public organisation.The search produces a list of Title numbers and the name of the owner. There is an option on the application form to instruct us to obtain the property addresses or selected title registers, for a small additional fee.

This search can be used to  obtain a list of properties owned by a non-private individual such as a company, local authority, government department, bank, utility or the like.  

We are presently unable to offer this search against private individuals.

Once the search is completed, if you wish us to obtain one or more of the Title Registers please click 'Part 2' beneath the 'Buy Now' button on the right.

Documents Provided
  • List of Title Numbers for each property owned
  • List of Property Addresses matched to the Title Numbers disclosed (where option selected)
  • Information Guide
Buy Now

Part 1 - £50
Part 2 - £10
Per Document
 

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LR23
Large Area of Land Search

This search is carried out in 3 parts; the first to identify the number of Titles (land ownerships) in a particular area and their Title Numbers, and the second to obtain Title Registers and/or Title Plans for whichever of those Titles is selected. Typically, the area involved is for 1-50 hectares, although a search for a larger areas can be made. Customers should use our LR1b search for smaller areas.

As every registered document is unique the amount of detail provided will vary with each property.

Documents Provided
  • Index Map Search
  • Index Map Plan (only provided where there are a maximum of 5 Titles revealed)
  • Selected Title Registers and/or Title Plan
  • Large Area of Land Information Guide
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Part 1 - £50
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Land Registry Search Types

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UKLRS is a private company and not affiliated to individual government land registries and provides professional and easy to use Land Registry services throughout the whole of the British Isles.

We do not sell documents that are available for free from government departments, and work within the Government guidelines for the re-sale of documents provided by them.

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Ebooks

Our ebooks extend from the Information Guides that are provided along with your documents and offer further helpful interactive information relating to particular Land Registry Title Documents and the services that we offer.

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PDF versions of our ebooks are also made available to users without access to iOS devices in the MyAccount section of our website.

Multiple Searches

Using our multi-forms can save you a lot of time and trouble. These forms allow you to search for up to 20 properties all on one form. Multiple search forms are available for our most popular products.

Environmental Searches

Neighbourhood, Environment and Utility searches are immensely useful when buying a property, as they usually contain considerable and invaluable information about the area and people near to a particular property.

Local Authority Searches

Our Local Authority Searches are all property related and include such matters as individual Planning Histories, Regional Spatial Strategy Plans, Local Development Plans and Rent Registers.

Samples

Clicking a Samples link will open up a preview of the type of documents you should expect to receive with a particular search.

You will need to have JavaScript enabled in your web browser. Please note that some of the more complex searches may have large sample files that may take a few moments to download.

Key

R = Residential
C = Commercial
V = Variable Price