Land Registry Searches Online

Obtain official copies (OC1) of Land Registry Title Registers and Title Plans (often called Title Deeds) for any property online now. Official copies of Title Registers and Title Plans are guaranteed to be up-to-date at the time of issue and are the official documents which provide proof of ownership for land and property owners. They reveal the name and address of the current registered owners and contain detailed information on all matters affecting ownership; such as rights and obligations, boundaries, maintenance responsibilities, covenants, easements, mortgages, charges, historical rights, price paid, tenure, leases and much more.

By using our online service you can search any land or property in England and Wales, even if you are not the owner.

Title Register

(Official copy)

An official copy of a Title Register is the main title document of land and property, and is often called the Title Deed. It reveals the name and address of the owners and contains detailed information on easements (e.g. access rights and parking rights), restrictive covenants, mortgages, maintenance responsibilities, lease agreements, transfers, conveyances, historical rights, tenure (e.g. freehold, leasehold or commonhold), title number, purchase price and more.

Title Plan

(Official copy)

An official copy of the Title Plan is the second main title document of land and property. It is the official document which confirms the position of the legal boundaries and shows the area of land owned. Maintenance responsibilities for boundary structures (e.g. fences and walls), restrictive covenants and easements (e.g. drainage rights and access rights) are indicated on the Title Plan by coloured markings and T-markings. Title Plans are drawn to a scale of 1:1250.

Map Search

(Land and property with no address)

Our Map Search service enables our customers to obtain Title Registers and Title Plans for land and property with no address; such as urban plots of land, fields, barns, garages, derelict buildings, moorland, woodland, riverbanks, car parks, alleyways, access lane etc. Identify a parcel of land or property by simply placing a marker on a digital map and quickly obtain information on ownership, including the name and address of the owners, boundaries, extent of land owned, rights (e.g. access rights) etc.