The Lease is the legal document defining the terms upon which the Leasehold Title is held by the leaseholder. The Title Register provides brief details of the date of the lease and the length it has to run, but the Lease itself defines the terms, covenants and agreements and usually contains a plan of the estate including the leasehold property, its parking spaces and the common parts.
The Title Register contains details such as the name and address of the owner, a physical description of the property, mortgages and charges, restrictive covenants and easements such as rights of way and rights of light.
The Title Plan is a large scale location plan, usually at a scale of 1:1250 and shows the property in relation to the surrounding properties. It often contains coloured markings to match those described physically in the register, and shows the general property boundaries edged in red.