Find a property owner
The Title Register reveals the name and address of the owners of a property. Obtain a Title Register for any property online now; search houses, apartments, shops, industrial units etc.
Obtain the details of the owners of land online now; search all land types – urban land, woodland, fields, roads, garages, barns, alleyways etc.
The Title Plan is the official document which confirms the position of boundaries of land and property. It shows the extent/curtilage of land included in the title and indicates easements, covenants and maintenance liabilities by coloured markings and T markings.
All leasehold properties are created from a lease from which the Land Registry prepare a Leasehold Title Register and Title Plan. The Lease sets out all the terms relating to ownership of the leasehold title.
Land Registry Searches & Title Deeds Online
Land Registry Title Registers and Title Plans are the 2 main title documents of land and property, and are often referred to as the Title Deeds, House Deeds, Property Deeds or Land Deeds. They are the main source of property and land information, and reveal the full details of ownership; including the name and address of the registered owners, mortgages, charges, boundaries, leases, covenants, easements, maintenance liabilities, price paid, tenure and much more.
By using our online service, you will be able to quickly access official copies (OC1 documents) of Land Registry Title Registers and Title Plans online. Generally, these documents are not readily available online to the general public via the HM Land Registry website. Official copies of Title Registers and Title Plans are guaranteed to be up-to-date and provide official evidence of ownership for land and property owners.
A wide range of other official documents and searches are available via our online service, such as Leases, Conveyances and Transfers (OC2 documents), Day List searches and Index Map searches.
We are an independent supplier of Land Registry conveyancing searches and are not affiliated with the UK Government or HM Land Registry.