How To Download Title Deeds

See Land Registry Title Deeds and Plans for any property

Getting hold of the Deeds to a property can be done very easily via the Land Registry.

You don’t actually need to own the property in question to see the Deeds, so you can even take a look at those of your neighbours!    

Use this quick H.M. Land Registry link or the one further down this page because it can be tricky to find by Googling.  Also beware of scam imitation sites that try to over-charge you for Land Registry info. 

You can download Title documents and plans for £3 each.   ‘Official copies’ to prove ownership etc cost a bit more typically £7 each.


 What do Title Deeds tell you?


 TITLE REGISTERS                                                                                                              view sample

              Title Registers tell you             – Who owns the property

                                                                 – Any mortgage or loan secured on it

                                                                 – The price paid

                                                                 – Any rights of way or restrictions on the land  

  TITLE PLANS                                                                                                                      view sample

             Title Plans show you the property’s overall plot and boundaries


Use this link

H.M. Land Registry






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