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If the deeds went missing or were destroyed while in the custody of a law firm or financial institution then, if satisfied with the evidence, the Land Registry will register the property with an absolute title. If not, then it is usually the case that the property will be registered with a possessory title.
If you want to see a scanned copy of the deeds that we have on file, start by searching our property information and finding your property's title number. If the register refers to deeds being filed, we should have copies. You can then get a copy of your deeds.
A: No, as the grant of probate doesn't prove that your mother owned the property. If the property is registered, you needn't worry about the lost house deeds as the Land Registry will hold official copies of all the documents that you would require to sell the property.
You do not have to pay any kind of fee for getting a copy of property deed. However, if you hire a professional agency, you will have to pay them fees, which can often range up to $100. The process is free if you undertake the process yourself.
In Person. A copy or certified copy of your deed can be obtained at the Suffolk Registry of Deeds, located in the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse, 24 New Chardon St. 1st Floor, Boston, MA 02114.
In Person. A copy or certified copy of your deed can be obtained at the Suffolk Registry of Deeds, located in the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse, 24 New Chardon St. 1st Floor, Boston, MA 02114.
Start with the tax assessor. All the information that most people will need or want to know about a deed will be on record with the county tax assessor, such as the current owner, sale dates, price history, and current valuation. Find the records section. Examine the record.
So, if you're trying to track down your original deeds, they could be with the solicitor who acted for you when you bought the property, or possibly with your mortgage company if you have a mortgage. If the register refers to deeds being filed, we should have copies. You can then get a copy of your deeds.
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