An official copy of a Title Register is the main title document of land and property. It is the official document which reveals the name and address of the current registered owners, and provides details of all matters relating to ownership, such as easements (e.g. rights of way), restrictive covenants, charges, mortgages, historical rights, tenure (e.g. freehold or leasehold), lease agreements, title number, purchase price and so on.
An official copy of a Title Plan is the official document which confirms the position of the legal boundaries and shows the extent/area of ownership. Maintenance responsibilities for boundary structures (e.g. fences and walls), restrictive covenants and easements (e.g. rights of way and parking rights) are indicated on the Title Plan by coloured markings and T-markings. Title Plans are drawn to a scale of 1:1250.
(Search land, fields, woodland etc)
Obtain official copies of Title Registers and Title Plans for land or properties with no address, such as barns, garages, vacant plots of land, fields, recreational land, woodland, waterways, car parks, access tracks, road verges and so on. Identify any land or property by simply pinpointing it on a digital map and quickly obtain information on ownership, including the name and address of the owners, boundaries, rights of way etc.