Crosswords0 min ago
Important Original Land Documents
I have found a bundle of documents from a house I purchased with a solicitors letter to me saying 'these are important documents and they should be kept safely as replacements may prove difficult or expensive"
Included in this are the original abstract of the title dating from 1917 to 1965 and original conveyance document from when I bought the house in 1985 (sold it a long time ago).
My question is who should have these documents now - what should i do with them?
They are not particularly important, mine are in the loft. If the property hasn't been registered at the Land Registry they are vital.
Everything important is now online at the Land Registry but the current owner might want them just for historical interest. Pop a letter in the post, asking if they want them.
They are not particularly important, mine are in the loft
They are important - the Land registry was designed to contain all the possible rights that a buuyer might want
but it hasnt QUITE worked out like that - and ut simply ( where is Barmaid mwah mwah mwah) - there MAY be overarching rights not in the Registry which are still er rights.
send them to the current occupier of the address ( I always do this)