The province has completed the transition to a new, leading-edge land registration system that provides a guarantee to the owners of every converted property that they are actually the owners, subject only to any disclosed outstanding interests. Any advice is appreciated! 37 and the conveyance back in 1987 says that the path is at No 39 and it should in fact be No 35! Martin - can you give me your title number please and I'll do my best to shed some light on the issue re the original deeds/documents. I feel like I'm in a real pickle about this and I'd be really grateful for some advice from someone who will give me a straight answer. Am i missing something? posted on Keir I assume from your comments that you are trying to add a right of way that has not been specifically referred to in the Conveyance, Comment by on 30 July 2019. I was told that they were sent to me in Jan 2018 following dematerialisation, however I never received the deeds, I asked them how and by who they were sent so I could look into them not being delivered, they did not give me this information and told me it is no longer necessary for deeds and documentation. on 17 April 2019, Mandy - email us at customer.service@landregistry.gov.uk with the details as it may be more help to you if we don't discuss and share in a blog article, Comment by That can reduce the wait time to just a few weeks, Comment by Take form ID1 to a solicitors’ firm. (b) to make the dwelling-house subject to all such easements and rights for the benefit of other property …, Paragraph 3 states that … John Thank you. Linda Liz Lewin The property was named Milber with the title MX143011. However, I am aware that the current owner bought the property in good faith from the last owner WITH 1/2 the wash house, and it seems that the seller had decided to register it in his name without my knowledge! on 07 March 2018, Jason - as the article explains if the property is registered then the deeds are not needed to prove her ownership. posted on on 04 June 2020, Jackie - have a read of the article and track back as appropriate with your solicitor or bank. Is the Land Registry likely to hold a list of title deeds for those years between 1927 and 1995? My neighbour says I have no legal rights to access the part of my neighbours land despite the evidence of prior use as by council tenanants, I have used it since then(2006). on 21 May 2018, Alison - I'm not sure there is anything I can usefully add here other than confirm that it's legal advice you need to unravel what has happened re the legal and beneficial ownerships, Comment by We have contacted the solicitor who dealt with the purchase 20 years ago but they say they have no relevant records. Your original solicitor must have ascertained such details at the time of your purchase but those details are now 'lost'. Comment by The replies from my solicitor appear evasive. And to be honest writing to the landowner and alerting them to the issue may heighten the risk for you and may also invalidate any opportunity of insuring against the risks that may currently exist. Panic has now set in. posted on So from your perspective if the property was registered several years before your purchase and there had been intervening sales/purchases then it is quite likely that Santander never had the original deeds/documents. posted on Would this mean that I would be able to locate an official copy from yourselves for my parents as the bank is adamant they’ve never had them and cannot find anything in my late fathers name or my mothers name. Jonny D The Solicitors have confirmed that they do no have the deeds. So the title was first registered back in 1963 and the original deeds/documents would have been returned to the lodging solicitor at that time. "Certificate of Lawfulness' is a term relating to the planning system - try searching for 'Planning Portal' at http://www.gov.uk for more info. Comment by posted on Jonny D - I'd suggest checking to see if the purchased land is registered or not and if it is then to whom. Margaret posted on The term 'deeds' can be used in a variety of contexts but often lenders would hold older deeds as well but not always depending on what the borrower had at the time posted on Jeffrey - nothing would be void but the register would only refer to those aspects that were registerable, namely rights, covenants, provisions etc. One more question, if I may: Is it important that I provide this? Zoe - it is legal advice you need here and I am afraid we cannot provide that. Is it worth getting the deeds as well? on 14 November 2018. Apologies if this has been explained but I missed it or didn't understand. Comment by I’ve just had a very long conversation with Cheltenham & Gloucester about obtaining my historical deeds just for sentimental reasons! It’s an entry which identifies its type, date, parties and relevance e.g containing covenants. Regards Tony, Comment by Please can you suggest the documents (example, office copy entries of Title and conveyance of both properties etc.) posted on Jordan - that’s a Q for you legal advisor. ), Comment by Mr O-Reilly - They will need to be incorporated at some stage if your property is registered with us. But in my experience that is very rare but your solicitor will have far more experience of how necessary such an approach would be here. Hello Anthony. AdamH on 23 February 2018, Jim - I would agree and would suggest that you contact us with the specific details so we can check and amend any errors as appropriate https://help.landregistry.gov.uk/app/contactus_general, Comment by Ricky - many thanks. What we do keep is a land register that keeps a record of ownership changes and more after a property is first registered, Comment by He is willing to help but does not want to be stressed by the situation as he has a terminal illness and months to live. I have been in touch with the Land Registry Office, they have informed me that the property is not registered with them. There are benefits to registration but an application of this nature would be voluntary and so we cannot advise or direct you on how to proceed. On the one hand you could say you own it because we’ve registered it to you. What can we do? The house was originally purchased direct from the council in 2006 and we didn't need to use a solicitor. Steven - you need to rely on your legal advice here as this is a matter only they and the buyers can resolve. posted on When a lease is granted each party has an original and a counterpart, each executed by the other. Harsha posted on posted on Comment by posted on https://help.landregistry.gov.uk/app/contactus_general, Comment by on 02 May 2018, Thanks Adam! Comment by I even have confirmation from Trafford council original grantor to support the existanc of such easements to the property. AdamH Mum had the deeds kept in HSBC until 2014 ( she has bank statments showing the annual fee) but was then asked by the bank to collect them. on 22 August 2019. Did you take a further advance or additional loan with them perhaps or is the charge date on the register the same as when you bought the property/took out the original mortgage as this would offer a clue as to what may have happened. As you can see, it's all a mess and we've now taken it upon ourselves to try and look into it further. posted on Sam - if a court ordered it to be transferred and a judge then signed the Transfer deed then it is possible yes. is there any way of upgrading property title without freehold deeds? If there is such a deed or deeds then these are only available by post. We are in the process of selling our house. Comment by AdamH I imagine most go with the former but something to discuss with conveyancer and landlord, Comment by on 19 September 2019, Comment by Hi sorry if is not directly linked but don’t know how to start my own blog/thread. ianflowers Jason - one a title is registered there is nothing substantial as the details are held electronically. The wills cost over £600 when they made them and were deemed by another solicitor to be of good quality when she checked them out. on 06 March 2019, Sandra - cym552050 is the freehold title which you own with Stephen. Rhys - it would. Comment by AdamH posted on posted on That something you'd need to consider, but you may want to get some independent advice on this, for example, from Citizen's Advice. posted on If so then our PG 2 explains what will be required to register if the deeds were lost https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/first-registration-of-title-where-deeds-have-been-lost-or-destroyed, If you are concerned then I would encourage you/her to make an application to register the property now and remove such concerns https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/first-registrations, Comment by Gursharan posted on It is then implied in the article that I don't really need the title deeds for proof of property ownership, but they could be "nice to have" if you want to hold more information about boundaries etc. The registration aspect is usually very clear cut, namely if the Transfer was to a sole name then that's the legal deed/legal outcome. JeanR - If as you say the land is not registered we wouldn't hold any information on the location of the deeds. The conveyancing company isn’t being very helpful they’ve stopped returning my emails now! Is it advisable to pay for that now or wait until we sell? The title dees were worth purchasing but not the plan. AdamH Thanks for your reply. Hi Adam, I wonder if you can help. Comment by Also, on the official copy of register of title, it states that... “the easements and rights specified in paragraph 2 of Schedule 6 of the said Act”. If this is the case, hopefully they will still be available, but obviously something to discuss with those solicitors as you have mentioned. Property (new build) was purchased and completed mid November 2017. on 11 November 2019. posted on peter brooks on 22 March 2020. Title deeds are paper documents showing the chain of ownership for land and property. on 25 July 2019, Hi, In which case we won't hold any information on the whereabouts of the deeds. All documents is a misleading statement and I suspect they mean All documents needed to confirm your ownership for example, Comment by on 14 April 2018. Comment by My sister has had her deeds for many years since the mortgage was paid off. Thank you so much! posted on Comment by My property was sold on right to buy scheme by sitting tenants after 25 years. Denise - the blog article explains how we don’t keep the deeds. on 09 March 2018. Is this something I can do via form filling and fee paying or do I need a solicitor to do it? posted on There would probably have been no compulsion to register at the time they bought the house circa 1955. elizabeth doyle Or could it have been destroyed already (it was back in the 2000s)? Does the bank really NEED to see these documents? posted on on 06 November 2018. Chris Now, a new owner has moved in next door and is claiming the fence should be back in the middle of the houses. Mandy posted on The bank's letter did not even tell me what forms , internet web pages to go to. Jason As they are also referred to on ever registered title on all the other 5 properties in the complex could land registry not copy the missing notes from one of these properties to complete the title on the one where they are missing. Please see our general guidance which explains the options in the case of a sole surviving owner passing away once probate has been granted - https://www.gov.uk/update-property-records-someone-dies . Karen If the other party has a decent copy/counterpart then that should be submitted. As the article states the original deeds/documents submitted when a property is first registered are returned to the applicant at that time. They each own 1/2 share. Thank you for your reply. If so how long should it take? Very confusing site, you are encouraged to pay your £7 for a Title Deed and Plan and end up with a scanned part of that Deed without Schedules and Covenants called a Register. The transfer deed, often referred to as TR1, must be signed by the property owners, including the one who is being removed. Comment by on 16 April 2019, Hi Mandy, Yes we decided to proceed but requested a discount for the potential issues we may face if we decide to sell. on 18 September 2018. I just wonder what she can do to rectify the situation? As a final mark of desperation yesterday I sent my solicitor an Email to my solicitor which said; Comment by Wills state everything will go to the other when each passes away. posted on Comment by I'm wondering can anyone shed light on my situation. The nice to have comment indicates that they can be of interest, helpful even at times but their importance dimmed considerably once the title was registered. on 01 July 2020, Arvind - locating the original deeds will be a matter for you/your bank. posted on Hi, I'm just filling in OC1 as I need to prove ownership of my house to UK immigration for my husband's spouse visa. However I note that you have also contacted us by email previously and I am unsure whether you have obtained a copy of either Conveyance for No 14 or No 12 asa advised in the email reply of the 2nd March Comment by John on 22 October 2019. AdamH We payed of our mortgage 2017, we have now decided to move closer to family, I sent off my £7 for my title deed in September as I believe you need it to sell your house or prove its yours,not heard anything, your help would be appreciated David Dreebin Thankyou, Comment by The title number is HT19606. The Secretary of the Commonwealth would like to welcome you to the Massachusetts Land Records website. Comment by Comment by I can not find any copies in her house. posted on (I can message you the post code privately). thabnks for the reply i have been to land registry posted on I think I may have wasted your time. I've been reading about various conveyancing matters as a result... One of the things I've read about is the Priority Search but I'm a bit confused as to what this is and wondered if you are able to explain? Particularly if your home sale was pre 2003. AdamH There is no scanned part of the deed included. Comment by on 13 July 2018, Tom - if it's registered then the electronic register confirms ownership. on 03 June 2019, John - if the register refers to a deed as being 'filed' then you can apply by post for a copy if it is needed to confirm what covenants exist https://www.gov.uk/get-information-about-property-and-land, Comment by AdamH most other maisonettes have title absolute already so I don't understand why it would be that hard. It was formerly a bungalow and he has constructed a pair of semi-detached houses on the site. posted on Comment by Leela, Leela - to do what please? As outlined in the conveyance and outlined in a different colour on the map from the house, the land was used to carry the drains from adjoining properties. posted on on 13 November 2019, Apologies for jumping on this thread, not sure how else to ask a question. Martyn - many thanks. posted on Hi The Title Deeds is my document and should be sent free of charge, either electronically or an hard copy. I inherited two cottages at either end of a row of seven from my grandmother in 2003. If you're unsure, you may want consider getting some independent advice, for example, from Citizen's Advice, or a conveyancer such as solicitor. AdamH Information can also be accessed electronically through Deedsweb. If we could find the covenant and mention that in our objection petition, it might help, Comment by The mortgage was the Caledonian Bank (wherever they are now) and it is proving impossible to find someone from the successors of the bank ( now Lloyd’s) who can help get the proper notice served. As far as original documents are concerned these were never retained by us in the way implied. If a house is to be let out does the legal owner's name have to be on the deeds first? Kim Parsons Comment by Those are the sorts of things we have been doing without much success to date. Regards Sharon, Comment by Comment by posted on Comment by Hi I am not aware if registered so will apply for details. on 31 December 2018, Hello Adam I bought my house in 1989/1990 cash and the oridginal deeds was given to me. Ann T Deborah Pottage Hello Adam or anyone else in HM Land Registry, Gary Lisa Dakin Comment by A document such as a transfer from the developer to the first house owner will obviously give definitive information as to ownership and the age of the house. I'm a bit confused about how sloppy the holding of the deeds to a property are, the deeds are the documents to the ownership of the property, if you pay all that money for a property and are not given the deeds how can you legally own it? on 15 April 2018. They can include: HM Land Registry records are digital, so we don’t store paper title deeds. K Ashley posted on on 18 May 2018. on 13 January 2020. When a title is first registered those originals are returned as the blog explains. Timothy Jenkins I will be using a solicitor who will certify what documents are required to submit to the Land registry. JohnN These documents are not required to prove ownership, but customers can apply for an official copy in form OC2 paying £7 per document. I have obtained the basic title register and plan from land registry website. Thank you for the quick reply Adam, must remember never to use that conveyance again...!! on 22 February 2018. ianflowers But if changed before then there may have been a legal deed transferring the ownership for example. Be that before if after digitalisation as you call it. But you are right Frank - mine were with my mortgage company! posted on Thanks, Comment by Comment by on 02 November 2018, We bought land some years ago, it was then registered in our name. All I can add is that in my experience lenders can vary with regards their requirements both between lenders and even with individual lenders and their variety of mortgages for example. It's quick and easy to obtain land deed information via our site. Clearly they can both have the same filing issues albeit not on the same scale of course. This fell through and a different plot of land was sold to recoup. Where can i go from here . The buyer’s solicitor has requested that the release deed is registered against the title deed in order to move forward with the sale. Jessica - As you have recently bought the property I'll assume that the property is registered with us and the deeds you refer to are the pre-registration deeds and documents that are returned by us on first registration. We no longer issue these so it has no legal value now. I was told the title deeds were changed to my name only, I have now sold my house and couldn't find an updated copy of the deeds. I purchased a business premises in 1985, however the solicitor which was holding the title deeds has destroyed them, saying they are not needed as it is registered with the Land Registry. Thanks for your help Adam. Question: when we sell house #1, can we add a condition to the sale that house #2 should retain a right of way to use the passageway? on 02 September 2019, Hi there please can you help we just purchased our first house in Oct 2018 and it mentions on our title register about a conveyance between Robert Pring and Charles Simon Rodney of 2nd December 1957. on 02 July 2018. posted on What happens if paper deeds have different information to what you have on file? posted on posted on on 01 March 2019. Peter - I'm replying as Adam is unavailable. There’s no record of an email from you other than one from June last year. Find out if the property or land is registered. I have purchased the copy of the register for my property. on 07 January 2020. Andrew H - I'm afraid we can't advise you on what you should do here as these are matters/documents between you and the owners. Comment by That tends to be the tricky part as a covenant can’t just be enforced by anyone although it can sometimes be influential depending on how people view it. If you have land but no deeds, then you should submit an application to register it at the Land Registry. This is a blog so you really need our support team to check an£ respond The Guide is written for legal professionals and may there contain some unfamiliar terms. AdamH Thanks for your swift reply Adam. on 23 January 2020, I contacted Santander in regard to my deeds as they had not been sent to me following the completion of my mortgage in Dec 2019. on 06 November 2019. Comment by ianflowers It is then filed and a copy is available to all by post using form OC2. AdamH Roger, Roger - we don't register the history I'm afraid as explained in one of our other blogs which may help you https://hmlandregistry.blog.gov.uk/?s=how+old, Comment by Or if official copies are required, you'd need to apply by post on form OC1 and this attracts a fee of £7 each. on 09 April 2019, Bhai - Q1 - you would have to read the register to see which deed reserved/granted such easements. Victoria - I'm replying as Adam is unavailable. posted on Sandra - I'm sorry if we were flippant in our handling of your call. AdamH If you can’t find them then I’d speak to a solicitor with regards what your legal options are, Comment by on 05 March 2018. So, if your property is registered with us, you don’t need the deeds to confirm your ownership. BUT one of his friends swears it is registered but in 3 peoples names, as apparently you can only register 3 names. Comment by Ruth Speirs You can approach a local museum or perhaps the County Records office but no guarantees either would want them, Comment by on 28 February 2018, Gillian - most lenders remove their mortgage electronically and they receive a confirmaiton from us what that has happened. AdamH Also, as it shows 'none' does this mean my parents 2nd charge has also been removed? posted on Kath - the deeds as far as we are concerned would usually constitute the title register (including information as to the current owner), the title plan - showing the general extent of the property and a copy of any deeds or documents referred to as filed on the title register. You're welcome. Whilst they can be handed over with each sale that rarely happens as once the title is registered they are not needed to prove ownership On completion of registration, the land registers and imaged copies of the registered documents are open for public search subject to payment of the prescribed fees. AdamH posted on Would this be better than applying for an historical search? I don't know how or when the property was next sold after 1963 as our electronic records only start from 1994 for this title and refer to your own details as registered from 1987 but in many cases matters were dealt with by a buyer's solicitor and you would not always know what deeds/documents were handed over in such cases as often they went straight to the lender for security reasons. posted on on 25 August 2018. Hi, my parents finished paying their mortgage in the 80’s and around the same time bought the lease and became freeholders. I am selling the property now and have no way of showing how much I paid for it in 1985, what can I do. I have those deeds and all paperwork since. But whether the buyer accepts that or not is entirely up to them. Our role is to register the interest and we do not normally have any involvement in the financial side of things. Could any of this cause me problems when I come to sell? My elderly mother lives in a leasehold flat in Bushey, Herts. posted on AdamH Guarantees 2 (07.01.2002) The Conveyance dated 28 August 2001 referred to in the Charges Register was made pursuant to Part V of the Housing Act 1985 and the land has the benefit of and is subject to such easements as are granted and reserved in the said Deed and the easements and rights specified in paragraph 2 of Schedule 6 of the said Act. LeslieM - we may have a copy and I'd suggest checking the register first for the details. AdamH My house was built in 1947 its a British Iron and Steel Federation House and was built to be temporary accommodation while the rest of the area was rebuilt and was only to last 10 years, 73 years later its still standing and in good shape. on 16 January 2019. Mandy Y Aung And it's one of many new build estates in the area. on 15 April 2019, Mandy - very much something to rely on your conveyancer for advice as to the risks involved and what the policy covers, Thank you Adam, it was my solicitor who requested this for security...don't really understand how a house can be sold for another 60 years without deeds.. I want to register these myself as I cannot afford to have a solicitor do this. on 06 September 2019. 2. posted on I ask as you refer to a 'sherriff' and I am not familiar with that position operating in such matters in England or Wales. on 01 October 2019. The only deed we will have and which is specific to your property is that 2015 deed. These were issued by us and in effect were a copy of the registered details we held. Kirstine Smith Yan posted on Kieron Connolly Steph There’s no urgency to it then being registered provided the application is with us. on 03 March 2020. So details of any such deed would go into part 7. The fact that the developer effectively went off plan may impact on the ‘risk’ aspects re next steps but it doesn’t affect the registration as we seem to have included more land than was actually transferred, Comment by Comment by on 08 October 2020, Harsha - it’s not really about the quickest here but what evidence do you have to prove title to the land that either enables you to show a mistake was made in registration or perhaps in the conveyancing. Gloucester is the correct address. Comment by on 09 August 2020, Kirstine - try this blog as well for some thoughts https://hmlandregistry.blog.gov.uk/2018/02/27/drawing-the-line-on-boundaries/ on 20 November 2018, thanks AdamH Anthony Howarth posted on Comment by You can also contact us via our online form - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/contact-hm-land-registry giving the property details and we will then consider what procedural advice we can give which will be more specific to your particular situation. on 21 August 2020. I am in the process of selling my flat and as the deeds are for all 6 flats and it is share of freehold, this is affecting our exchange date. GET HELP Land Registry Title Plan Document Our fees for obtaining copies of the title register and plan are £7 each (£3 each if obtained online) and an additional £7 each for a copy(ies) of any deeds/documents referred to as filed in the said title register. posted on However, is this the same as "the Deeds"? After payment, how long does it take to receive a copy of the title register? posted on When a lease is registered we will invariably retain a copy and if we are going back several years then this will have been a copy supplied at the time of registration. posted on posted on If they are then they will either be set out on the register itself or the deed is referred to as ‘filed’ posted on Victoria Comment by The registered title and any deeds referred to as having covenants and ‘filed’ may help. on 14 November 2019. There’s no blame here as all three are available on application to us as we hold them digitally. And there appears to be a void in the Registry records, it's as if the house doesn't exist. posted on Erik JC JC on 25 April 2018. It’s legal advice you now need re any claim being a legal one before considering whether it can then be registered, Comment by on 05 March 2020. AdamH posted on He is asking to be released form this, but supplying no details. Would be very grateful for any advice you may have. The title remains the paper title kept in the vault of the registry office. on 01 November 2018. Comment by Lynnette posted on Any help greatly appreciated - thank you. Lynnette AdamH Hi. on 25 October 2019. Should I be concerned? Graham Richards We're in the process of buying a house and our solicitor has said that "when the property was first registered at the Land Registry details of easements and restrictions were not provided to the Land Registry and the seller has no information at all about this or the previous deeds other than a photocopy of a 1968 deed when the land was first conveyed". The Title number is NYK234364, mif that is any help to you. Plain copies of the title register and plan can be obtained online for £3 each. When the property was registered in 2004 any original deeds would have gone back to the owner’s solicitor. Ricky - do you mean a covenant or is it an easement/right of way? I kept the original in case I ever do need it. posted on 16 weeks can't be the expedited time. Lynnette - it can happen so not silly at all. 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