The Title Register contains detailed description of the property.From the Title Register you can find out who owns the house or land, the address of the owner, the tenure, price paid/value stated information if sold since April 2000 and any rights of way or restrictions & covenants on the land noted on the register. It includes the date of the registration of the current ownership.
The Title Register will answer the question ’Who owns that property?’
It contains the details of all registered charges and leases (if any) affecting the property.
Should you not know the full postal address of the property or it cannot be described by an address (for example a rural land) you can use our built in digital map to mark a land or building and we will carry out the search using the coordinates. You will need to mark the area with a red pin, which will allow us to identify the coordinates of the property and carry out the search for you.
If necessary, we prepare a marked Ordnance Survey plan and submit for search of the Index Map search the regional Land Registry Office. This search therefore may take several days. As a result you will be provided with the title register or the results of the search of the index map in the event that the property is unregistered.
The Title Plan shows the general extent of the property by red edging. Title Plans are prepared on the Ordnance Survey map and include the outline of the surrounding properties.
The title plan is the second main document of the title accompanies the title register. It is always advisable to examine the title plan in conjunction with the register information because there may be entries in the register which clarify the extent of the title and colour references that are shown. The title plan may contain coloured references to leases, rights of way, charges etc. Title plans are suitable to establish general position of boundary lines but exact measurements often cannot be taken from them. Title plans commonly include the information as follows:
This pack contains the two main title deeds at a discounted price.
The Title Register contains a description of the property. From the Title Register you can find out who owns the house or land, the address of the owner, the tenure, price paid/value stated information if sold since April 2000 and any rights of way or restrictions & covenants on the land noted on the register. It contains the details of the registered charges and leases (if any) affecting the property.
The Title Plan shows the general extent of the property by red edging. Title Plans are prepared on the Ordnance Survey map and include the outline of the surrounding properties. There may be entries in the register which clarify the extent of the title and colour references that are shown on the title plan. The title plan may also contain references to leases, rights of access, easements, charges, boundary maintenance liability, etc.
This will provide a copy of the Day List enquiry which contains the details of all the pending registrations and official searches against the property (if any).
The enquiry contains valuable information regarding pending registrations for the purchase or charge of the property. Official searches usually made by conveyancers or lenders before completion of a purchase. If there is no entry in the Day List you will receive a confirmation that there is no application or official search pending against the title.
The recording of an application does not imply that it has been approved for the purposes of registration.
Title deeds are digital copies of old historical documents showing ownership, as well as rights, obligations, or mortgages on the property.Title deeds are no longer the main title documents as they have been replaced by the Title Plan and Title Register. However, when an old deed contains important information on the property that is not set out in the title register Land Registry usually keeps a digital copy of it, which is available to inspect.
Title Deeds usually contain information about rights or covenants that may affect the property but are not recorded in the title register. Also pre-registration plans in some cases have been stored to clarify the effect of various rights and covenants attached to the property. In other cases details from some old deeds are set out in the title register and copies of those deeds have not been retained by Land Registry.
The old deeds retained by Land Registry are most often conveyances, transfers, charges, plans, deeds of gift etc. The number of the deeds kept on a title varies with each property depending on its history. As a general rule we provide all deeds referred to in the current title register. Some deeds are not available for electronic delivery therefore please allow several days for postal delivery.
When a lease on a property is granted for 7 years or longer there is a legal requirement to register it with Land Registry. The registered leases are referred to in the title register and copies usually kept by Land Registry. A Registered Lease will outline how the Leasehold tenure and Freehold tenure interact with each other and their respective rights. Certain types of property are usually tenanted on a Leasehold basis, common types of property and venues that are leasehold include:
Apartments and Flats
It may be necessary to post the lease, please allow up to 7 days for delivery.
In the event that a property cannot be identified by a postal address (for example in a rural area) the search of the index map will assist you in finding out whether the property is registered and under what title number.
The result of the search will show whether the land is registered or subject to pending application against first registration or subject to caution against first registration. It will provide all title numbers that affects the land.
Our team will do the mapping work for you and forward the marked plan to the appropriate Land Registry office for the official search of the index map.
As a result you will receive a list of title numbers affecting the area of land or a confirmation that no results found in case the property is unregistered. To get the details of the owners of the property you will need to order the registers of title numbers revealed. If there are no more than 5 titles found the certificate comes with a plan, which shows the location of the properties found. This search may take up to 5 working days to complete.
We have specially developed this package for Auditors and Accountants but it may prove to be useful for prospective buyers as well.
The Title Register includes details of the tenure of the property as well as the names of the owners and information about the charges, rights and covenants that are currently having an effect on the property in question.
We also provide an automated valuation report by Calnea Analytics.
This 20 page Report provided by Calnea Analytics is one of the UK's most accurate and responsive automated valuation solutions. Calnea Analytics draws upon data from a variety of sources, including Land Registry and Registers of Scotland, Surveyors and Estate Agents, as well as incorporating census data, and other government data sets to produce highly accurate valuations - even in remote areas of the country. This report is provided for information purposes only. You are advised to seek independent advice when buying or selling a property.
This search will reveal in respect of a name of an individual or company if there is any entry in the register such as petitions in bankruptcy (pending actions), bankruptcy orders or deeds of arrangement.
This pack is designed to help property owners dealing with boundary issues. It includes all important title documents including the Title Registers, Title Plans and all deeds that are referred to in the registers for 2 properties that are adjoining. The documents often contain useful information on boundary lines, repairing and maintaining liability, rights of way etc.
The Pack can assist you when dealing with Boundary disputes as they can often easily be resolved by referring to the agreements which would usually be expressed in the documents that we provide to you with this search. If you think that the boundaries are not defined in the title documents, or that the boundaries have been changed by subsequent agreements, you may wish to seek legal advice from a solicitor or conveyancer.
Similar to above this search includes all available title documents including Title Registers, Title Plans and all deeds that are referred to in the registers for 3 properties that are adjoining. The documents often contain useful information on boundary lines, repairing and maintaining liability, rights of way etc. This pack provides substantial savings compared to the individual searches.
Boundary disputes can often easily be resolved by referring to the agreements which would usually be expressed in the documents we provide to you. If you think that the boundaries are not defined in the title document or lease, or that the boundaries have been changed by subsequent agreements, you may wish to seek legal advice from a solicitor.
The Historical Copy of the Register will enable you to view comprehensive information regarding the history of the land or property, including previous ownership.
Older copies of the Register can be obtained from the date of the commencement of the electronic registration in the particular area. Practically the historical copies are usually available from the late 1980's to early 1990's. The historical edition of the register relates to a specific day in the past therefore when you order this search you need to provide the exact date of the register required.
Historical copies cannot be provided electronically therefore please allow 5-7 days for postal delivery.
Similar to the Historical Title Register, the Historical Copy of the Title Plan is the previous edition of the Title Plan document; this document is also available for property or land from the early 1990's or late 1980's if the property was registered by that time.
The Historical edition of the Title Plan helps you to establish the historical/past layout of the land or property. This search is not available for electronic delivery and results will be sent by post within 7 working days.
These documents are often kept by Land Registry and referred to in the Title Register. Conveyances and Transfers can contain valuable information about boundary matters, right of way, previous ownership details, sales price. Some of them are not referred to in the register and can only be searched by the exact date of the document. Please note that these deeds are usually not retained by Land Registry if detailed particulars from the deed are set out in the title register.
With this search we obtain copies of all transfers and conveyances referred to in the current edition of the title register.
The Law Society introduced the CON29 DW Search report in 2002, with the aim of providing a standard form of drainage enquiry for use in property conveyancing.The report provides up to date information on water supply, the status of sewer connection and billing arrangements. Recently the Government has included the CON29 DW search as a required part of the Home Information Pack (HIP) and has increased the information contained in the report.
CON29 DW answers these important questions:
Is the property served by the public sewers?
Does foul drainage or surface water run from the property into a public sewer?
Is a statutory agreement in place to erect a building or extension on the property either over or close to the public sewer?
Is the property close to or affected by a sewer or water main that may require allowing workmen onto the land for inspection, repair or replacement?
Is the property connected to mains water?
Are there water mains within the boundaries of the property?
Which water company is the supplier?
What is the basis for charging for both sewerage and mains water (i.e. is the property metered).
What company charges for which service?Are water mains self-lay?
What is the basis for sewerage and water charges?
Are there any changes to the basis for charging due to change of occupancy?
Is the property at risk on DG2 Register (low water pressure) or DG5 Register (sewer flooding)?
What is the water quality analysis and standard?
What is the distance to nearest wastewater treatment works?
This comprehensive flood report features information from the Environment Agency flooding database and the British Geographical Survey data on geological deposits associated with potential flooding.
The report provides essential information, indicating whether or not a property and its surrounding area could be affected by flooding and if flood defences are in place. It provides a comprehensive summary of flood risk taking into consider groundwater flooding in addition to traditional flood risks from river and coastal sources.