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Selling Property - Title Deeds

Miss Money Penny Avatar
6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Hey all..

Do any of you know if I can get a copy of my Title Deeds to a property I own from Land Regisrty? Any one have any idea on how much this may cost??

Many thanks :O)
Miss Money Penny Avatar
6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.
#3
If it's registered land you don't need the deeds to sell.
If it's unregistered then the land reg won't have a copy anyway.
#4
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.


Thanks Adam.. I'm right in thinking that the Title Deeds will show who gets what in the event of a sale?
#5
seancampbell
If it's registered land you don't need the deeds to sell.
If it's unregistered then the land reg won't have a copy anyway.


I need a copy as I don't ever recall getting mine back after it was signed and sent to my solictors when I sold the property. I need to check what I agreed as I vaguely remeber but want to confirm before I decide to get solicitors involved and advise a certain someone that I want to sell up.
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Miss Money Penny
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.
Thanks Adam.. I'm right in thinking that the Title Deeds will show who gets what in the event of a sale?

It will show anything within the boundaries of the land/property in question, along with any transfers/conveyances agains't the property. Along with the current owners and charge information. If your trying to find specific information, i'm not sure the land registry sell the documents electronically. You would likely need to request them via the phone.
#7
Miss Money Penny
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.
Thanks Adam.. I'm right in thinking that the Title Deeds will show who gets what in the event of a sale?

If the Property is registered the title will show ownership. The owners can either hold the property as joint tenants or tenants in common. If the property is held as tenants in common, this may be in unequal shares and this could be documented in a trust deed. If this was supplied to the Land Registry on registeration of the property. It is likely that the Land Reg will also hold this deed and it willbe available online.

Finally if the property is not registered. The title deeds are key to ownership and without the originals you will have som difficulties
#8
ericagradus
Miss Money Penny
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.
Thanks Adam.. I'm right in thinking that the Title Deeds will show who gets what in the event of a sale?
If the Property is registered the title will show ownership. The owners can either hold the property as joint tenants or tenants in common. If the property is held as tenants in common, this may be in unequal shares and this could be documented in a trust deed. If this was supplied to the Land Registry on registeration of the property. It is likely that the Land Reg will also hold this deed and it willbe available online.Finally if the property is not registered. The title deeds are key to ownership and without the originals you will have som difficulties

To add to that properties were only needed to be electronically registered since 1994. So if the properties hasn't sold since 1994 likelyhood is it isn't electronically registered, and you will need to a SIM report (search of the indexmap) I can help you with finding the forms if you cannot find it.
banned#9
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.

Run that past me again..........??

What happens when you physically pay the mortgage off. Are you saying you dont need to take them and store with a solicitors now - but can get a copy of the documents? I've got about £40 left on mine - and its getting sillier all the time the amounts Im paying to stop me getting them and pay for the priviledge (ie look after) that my bank are doing for free.

Can you clarify in that scenario?

Ta (Sorrry for the hijack!)
#10
guv
Adam2050
If your only after them electronically £4 for Title Register £4 for the Title plan. You no longer need to get official copies as the land registry have just dropped this from there documents, as they now consider all documents to be official.
Run that past me again..........??What happens when you physically pay the mortgage off. Are you saying you dont need to take them and store with a solicitors now - but can get a copy of the documents? I've got about £40 left on mine - and its getting sillier all the time the amounts Im paying to stop me getting them and pay for the priviledge (ie look after) that my bank are doing for free.Can you clarify in that scenario?Ta (Sorrry for the hijack!)

I personally only deal with electronic documents.

The land registry has changed there stance only last week on Official stamped documents, there was a time when you paid an additional fee to obtain electronically official copies of the documents. (for legal use) But now they state any documents obtained from the land registry are legally official.

I know little about the legal side of Solicitors holding documents (deeds). I mean the land registry have been suppling this type of document via there website for the last 6 years I believe, before then It was not public and you had to have a buisness account to access there service or by the phone.
#11
Also you can obtain copies of the charge information for next to nothing via the land registry if held electronically (£4)
#12
Also I know when there is no charge information held agains't the property i.e paid in cash or mortgage has been fufilied, it's held in past information but it is updated electronically.
#13
Adam2050
Also I know when there is no charge information held agains't the property i.e paid in cash or mortgage has been fufilied, it's held in past information but it is updated electronically.


I have just got a copy of the title deeds form Land Registry but it doesnt state who gets what in the event of sale. I need to check what myself and and ex partner agreed. Where could I find this information?
banned#14
wouldnt that have been done via a solicitor, thought title deeds just showed what you owned and who owns the property
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Miss Money Penny
Adam2050
Also I know when there is no charge information held agains't the property i.e paid in cash or mortgage has been fufilied, it's held in past information but it is updated electronically.
I have just got a copy of the title deeds form Land Registry but it doesnt state who gets what in the event of sale. I need to check what myself and and ex partner agreed. Where could I find this information?

Surely you need an additonal search.
If this is too do with severance then you need to a severance search with the land registry. Which they don't offer soloy. Surely you agreed this with a solicistor?.

Edited By: Adam2050 on Nov 01, 2010 14:19: .

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