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    Title deeds?

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    Could someone explain to me what title deeds are, what they mean for me and how I can find out more details on the subject?

    Asked by Abdul on 4th Nov 2020
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    ACTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES LTD

    "Hi Abdul,

    To obtain your Title deeds go here and register...

    https://eservices.landregistry.gov.uk/

    You'll pay £3.00 per document to download.
    This the real government land registry website, be careful as when you list this google there are a load of scam websites offering the same service but will charge you considerably more for the same service.

    Jon"

    Answered on 6th Nov 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report
    T Kelly Property Maintenance

    "When you bought the land or a house pay the bill in one go
    Then will you get your title Deeds from the seller."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Sep 2019 - report
    Garden Aspects

    "Title deeds set out information about your house and perimeter you can usually get a copy of this from your local council."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Project 14

    "Hi Abdul

    A title deed is a legal deed or document constituting evidence of a right, especially to ownership of property. It normally has a chain of ownership from when the deed started. Most deeds are held electronically and can be viewed on the .Gov.Uk website. All land for example has a deed and once you access the deed it shows who first owned it and who owns it currently and owners in between.

    Hope that helps

    Regards
    Arif"

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Paul Nicholas Carpentry and Maintenance Services

    "Title deads are the paper chain of who owned the house."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    CW Property & Maintenance Services

    "A legal deed or document constituting evidence of a right, especially to ownership of property."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report

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