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Lordship Titles… Did you know

Exclusive Lordship Titles

Did you know when a Lordship was granted it did not have an “Expiry Date”.  The New Legal Rights Manorial Counsel offer utilise the old rights and also have no expiry date, so the Lordship Titles will still be owned in a thousand years.  

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Lordship Titles – Land or Personal Property? Part 6

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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Lordship Titles – Land or Personal Property? Part 3 and 4

Lordship Titles – Land or Personal Property?

The Law Commission’s Definition of a Manor:   LAND REGISTRATION FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY A CONSULTATIVE DOCUMENT; “The position of manors requires special consideration. By “manor” we mean specifically the lordship of a manor and not other seignorial rights (which are subject to quite different considerations). 49 The manorial rights of a lord of the manor…

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On this day 27th October, the first King of England died…

939– Ethelstan or Athelstan, the first King of England, died and was succeeded by his half-brother, Edmund I.  He was King of the Anglo-Saxons from 924 to 927 and King of the English from 927 to 939. Here at Manorial Counsel we have researched many titles that pre-date the reign of the fist King of the English.  To inquire about…

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London Gazette – Antiques Trade Gazette

London Gazette

Manorial Counsel noticed an interesting article in the Antiques Trade Gazette that we thought we would share. The London Gazette is an agent of HM Government employed to publish legal notices to the world.  Its contents are strictly regulated and notices may only be placed by a registered member of the English legal community. The…

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