The Land Registry title documents comprise of two parts; the title plan and the title register.
The plan is a large scale location plan showing the boundary of the property marked in red. The register contains important information regarding the property such as the current owners, details of any notices against any of the previous owners and, if the property was purchased after April 2000, the purchase price will usually be stated.
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Details of any works owned by the trust which may affect the property.
ChancelCheck reveals whether there is a potential chancel repair liability for property owners.
A report on the aviation activity near the property including the location of the nearest airfields.
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) records the Energy Assessors assessment of the energy efficiency and environmental impact rating of a property.
This report includes details of Foresty Commission woodland areas and their designation within the vicinity of the area including felling licence applications.