Registered Deeds are ancillary & historical documents that are referred to in the Title Register

Deeds are no longer the principal Title documents as they have been replaced by the Title Plan and Title Register.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 which is referred to in the Title Register, the Land Registry usually keeps a digital copy of it, which is available for inspection.

Title Deeds usually contain information about rights or covenants (restrictive or otherwise) that may affect the property, but which are not recorded in the Title Register. Additionally, in some cases, pre-registration plans have been stored to clarify the effect of various rights and covenants attached to land or property. In other cases, information obtained from older deeds is set out in the Title Register, but copies of those deeds have not been retained by the Land Registry. Stored deeds are normally denoted on the Title Register as 'copy filed'.

Title Deeds usually contain information about rights or covenants (restrictive or otherwise) that may affect the property, but which are not recorded in the Title Register. Additionally, in some cases, pre-registration plans have been stored to clarify the effect of various rights and covenants attached to land or property. In other cases, information obtained from older deeds is set out in the Title Register, but copies of those deeds have not been retained by the Land Registry. Stored deeds are normally denoted on the Title Register as 'copy filed'.

 

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Registered Deeds £29.97


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