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Conveyancing Documents Online

We provide a vast number of professional services including environmental reports, land ownership information and other property documents such as the Title Register and Title Plan and Land Registry Conveyancing Deeds.

Our online services are available to the general public, commercial and professional organisations throughout the day and night, 7 days a week. We aim to provide a fluid and simple process, leading the way with online property document provision, to help streamline conveyancing processes and make access to property title documents more simple for the property professional or home owner.

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Who uses us?

Our searches are provided to members of the public, large and small businesses, and to local and civic authorities. Property developers and builders use our services to discover the ownership details of plots of land along with infracstructure companies and local authorities to discover the ownership of huge swathes of land and property. Members of the public use us for many reasons - to discover ownership details, to see how much a property sold for, to check if a property is freehold or leasehold, to look at the covenants and easements affecting the property, to see what mortgages or charges burden the property, or because they wish to keep a copy of their title documents.

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Title Registers and Title Plans

The Land Registry are the government organisation responsible for maintaining a record of property ownership in England and Wales. Ownership records are kept in digital format in the guise of a Title Register and Title Plan for each property, and their uniqueness is identified by a Land Registry Title Number.

Each time there is a purchase or other disposition (e.g. a mortgage) a new Title Register is created, removing the redundant details and replacing them with the new details, i.e. the new owners and mortgagees, date of purchase, purchase price, any new easements and/or covenants.

The Title Register and Title Plan are used by all organisations and by most members of the public at large. The most popular reasons are to keep a copy at home, to discover the ownership details of another property, to check if the property is freehold or leasehold, to see what liens are charged on the property (mortgages and charges), and to see how much it was purchased for.

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All of your documents from one location

We know how difficult it can be to find the documents you need and how much time and resources are wasted searching for property information. We provide a simple and easy way to obtain all of your property documents from one location, giving you peace of mind and the time to do the things you would rather be doing.

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