The Title Register (often called the Title Deeds) is one of the two main Land Registry title documents, along with the Title Plan. The Title Register gives information on a who owns a property.
The Title Register is made up of three parts: Part A) the property register; Part B) the proprietorship register; and Part C). the charges register. Information most commonly referred to in the Title Register includes:
• The property description
• Details of who owns the property and any restrictions that limit the power of the owner to deal with the land/property
• Mortgage lender details (if any)
• Information regarding charges against the property (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
• Covenants, Easements and Cautions
A Title Register costs £12, both printed and electronic (pdf) copies of the title register can be provided. Electronic delivery is guaranteed to be within 2 working days, but usually takes about 24 hours and printed copies are guaranteed to be delivered within 5 working days.
To acquire a Land Registry Title Register, please complete the form.
Alternatively, learn more about Land Registry Title Plans here.