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This is one of the most original and unique gifts available today; the genuine, legal and affordable opportunity to give someone a Scottish title. If you have ever felt that being an ordinary Mr., Mrs. or Ms. does not afford you the respect that
you deserve then this is the perfect gift to make people sit up and notice you. When you book a table in a restaurant or check in to a hotel, imagine how much better service would you receive if you were the Laird / Lady of Kincavel?

The person who receives this gift pack will be the proud owner of a square foot of the Kincavel Estate, located on the Ardnamurchan peninsular in the far West of Scotland, and therefore become the Laird / Lady of Kincavel. The title of Laird means "land owner" and is the commonly accepted equivalent of Lord or Lady
The documents have all been drawn up by a Scottish Lawyer to ensure that they are legal and valid and each plot bought will help ensure that this piece of the highlands is preserved in it's natural state.
The beautifully presented gift pack contains a presentation certificate detailing the right to a piece of the Kincavel Estate, a "Little History of Scotland" hardback book and information about the estate and the local area including maps showing the location of Kincavel
Once the postage paid registration card has been completed and returned a square foot of the estate will be officially transferred into the ownership of the new Laird. They will then be sent a deed of ownership inscribed with their name and their own individual plot number and a detailed map of where the plot is located
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#1
COLD

But at six quid it is considerably less than you need to give to the Labour party to get a title!
#2
intesting idea, always thought myself as more of a Jedi Master though tbh :thumbsup:
#3
my hubby is strongly into his scottish heratige and clan links, I got him a title for his christmas a few years back and he was delighted, even got it registered on the back of his passport when it was re-newed lol. (hoping for free upgrades lol). although technicaly (I think) if you own your own land in scotland (i.e. your home and the land it sits on) you can be called a Laird.
#4
fizziebabes
my hubby is strongly into his scottish heratige and clan links, I got him a title for his christmas a few years back and he was delighted, even got it registered on the back of his passport when it was re-newed lol. (hoping for free upgrades lol). although technicaly (I think) if you own your own land in scotland (i.e. your home and the land it sits on) you can be called a Laird.


I have only heard 'Laird' used in rural areas, generally when someone owns all the land and people rent from his estate. So basically 'estate owner'.

I have a bit of land I bought to build flats on in Glasgow, and I would not say 'Laird' applied to that.

The bit about the papers being drawn up by a lawyer seems unusual - in that it would seem more lklely to apply to the ownership of the land rather than the 'title', however as I think to register a change of land ownership in Scotland costs more than the deal - I would guess the land would be held collectively by a third party and you would own a share.

Sounding more dubious by the minute now!!! :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:
#5
teraomi
intesting idea, always thought myself as more of a Jedi Master though tbh :thumbsup:


Were you one of the ones who put that down as a religion in the last census? :-D :-D :-D :-D

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&safe=off&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=census+jedi&spell=1

With far more people having net access now - it should be possible to arrange a far better stunt for the next one.
#6
Probably makes a better gift for someone then the gentleman's ballscratcher. :D
#7
Bought my Mother Laird of Glencairn ages ago (£20), got her some business cards made up on vistaprint, she loved it, just abit of fun.

By the way Creosote bought my bro one of them at christmas (gentleman's ballscratcher) just a step away from the norm present wise.
#8
some of the play.com rrp savings aren't always accurate with things sometimes being not much more than the reduced price elsewhere. this one is definatly good though since it was £29.99 at wh smith when i last checked not long ago. hot at this price even if you think it's a gimic. lovely presentation pack, book on scotland and the kudos of calling yourself a laird at the pub.

attention peasants the laird demands a mug of ale and a pair of lusty wenches!http://www.fadzter.com/smilies/king.gif
#9
*expired now* also i ordered a couple as gifts, however it seems that one of them had the correct registration card (for laird of kincavel) the other had a card for moon/planet land registartion... so remember to check your packs (if you ordered one) if you plan to give this as a gift!

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