Land Registry Title Deeds, Maps and Documents for the UK
Land Registry searches are the main source of information relating to home and land ownership such as:
- current ownership,
- mortgages & house prices,
- charges, easements & restrictive covenants,
- property boundaries, rights of way and wayleaves
When title or ownership of land or property is registered in the Land Registry, all relevant details concerning the property and its ownership are entered on documents known as Title Registers and Title Plan. These form the registers maintained in the Land Registry.
Property that is registered at the Land Registry is known as registered land, as every transaction on a property is registered on a Title Register. The register is guaranteed by the State to be a confirmed record of the title to the property to which it refers.
We provide a professional, efficient and speedy service both to individuals and to commercial organisations and operate a same-day service for the majority of our searches. Land Registry Title Registers, Title Plans and most other conveyancing searches are available to all members of the public, whether or not they own the property.
LAND REGISTRY TITLE REGISTERS
The Title Register is the main title document of a property.
When a property is registered the Land Registry prepare a title register and a title plan. The title Register is stored in a computer system/database and under a title number that is unique to that property.
A title register generally includes:
- property description
- who owns it
- mortgage lender (if any)
- price paid/value stated (if registered since 1st April 2000)
- rights of way (not public rights of way) or other rights affecting the property restrictions or other conditions
- Title Number.
- Tenure, i.e Freehold or Leasehold.
To obtain an copy of a Title Register and/or Title Plan click on the link below and complete the order form.
LAND REGISTRY TITLE PLANS
When a property is registered the Land Registry prepare a title register and a title plan. The title plan shows the land owned. Each title plan is stored in our computer system under a title number which is unique to that property. Title plans are prepared on the latest Ordnance Survey map available at the time of registration and are not updated as a matter of course.
- Title number of the land
- Land included in the title which is normally edged in red. There may be other colours or markings on the plan. The significance of these is explained in the register
- Scale at which the plan is drawn
- Location in by reference to the Ordnance Survey map
- Registered easements (e.g. rights of access, parking rights, drainage rights) are indicated by coloured markings.
- North point.
In order to obtain a copy of the Register and/or Title Plan, click on the link below and complete the order form.
The Map Search facility provides customers with the ability to view boundaries overlaid on Google Maps, order copies of Title Registers and Title Plans for properties and land without a postal address and where the Title Number is not known. The inspire ID is linked to a freehold title register. View title plan example