Lordship Titles – Land or Personal Property?

In part 5 we explained how there are three potential ways to use a lordship title.  These in brief are: To purchase the legal ownership of the original lordship title, this would come with a complete, correctly executed and consecutive set of deeds from time of grant or Time Immemorial 1189 (exceptional rare). To ‘buy’ the…

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What does a title mean in this day and age?

In our previous blogs on this subject we explained how the law regards lordships as incorporeal property and not land as was believed for many years.  Part 4 concluded with proof of ownership of incorporeal personal property had to be done using a paper trail, however for most modern incorporeal property company records and the…

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Land or Personal Property

A question that has not only caused confusion for the public, but also the legal community.  Like most English law the answer to this question has been evolving as we become more informed.  Before we tackle this question we need to make another fact known.  Physical objects including land are called “corporeal” in law.  Rights…

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