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20 December, 2017
The majority of titles are registered electronically at Land Registry and you can obtain a copy of the register from the Land Registry directly. This is the document which has replaced title deeds, and contains information showing the owner of the property or land as well as any other relevant information including any charges against the property. To sell the property, a copy of the register current at the time is the only document you would need and this will be obtained from Land registry by your chosen lawyer to enable him to prepare the contract.
In the instance that your property is not registered electronically, and you have not been able to locate your deeds, you will need to instruct a lawyer to assist in assembling documents to replace the deeds.