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Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds. Fill in the deeds request form.
You may be able to find out current and past information about a registered property, such as its previous owners. Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds.
Where to Find the Deed. In California, property deeds are in the County Recorders Office or Office of the Assessor-Recorder in the county in which the property is located. In some counties, if you request an older record, you may be redirected to yet another department that maintains archived records.
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.
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.
Free: Look for it Online Access the information using your street address, parcel number or even your name. Often, the information contains a link where you can view a copy of any recorded deed online. If this is the case, it's as simple as printing out a copy or saving it to a PDF file on your computer.
Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds. Fill in the deeds request form.
Visit the County Assessor Most states now have additional tools available for free property title searches. You can find these on your state government sites under "county assessor." You will have to select your county, and you can then search through the listed properties.
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