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Do you know if your property is registered at the Land Registry or not?
When did you purchase the property?
I believe the property to be registered with the Land REgistry.
The property was purcahsed around 1972.
The property was morgaged with the Woolwich and was completed some years ago.
Thanks for your reply.
If the property is registered then the Official Copies of Land Registry title are now in effect your "deeds". The system of registration has replaced the old deeds (eg. hard copies of conveyances and assets etc) so it is no longer necessary to have these because they would have been kept by the LR and dematerialized upon first registration. They would have taken note of the relevant entries on the conveyances on the registered title and destroyed the hard copies.
You can check by paying searching on the following address and paying £4.00 to pay for a copy of the register:-
If the property is registered then you need not worry.
If the property is not registered I can advise on the procedure you will need to complete.
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