The B section of the Title Register states the name and address of the property owners together with the purchase price (if purchased after 2000) and the date they became registered as owners following their purchase. Each of the owners may have up to 3 separate contact addresses, including an email address and an address Abroad.
The Title Register also describes the property address, the tenure and class of title they own, the matters which benefit their title to the property (easements, for example), and the matters which burden their title (covenants and mortgages, for example).
The Title Register is one of the 2 main documents of title (often called Title Deeds). It contains a description of the property, its tenure, name and address of the current owners, purchase price (if bought after April 2000), name & address of mortgagee and details of other charges, covenants, easements, cautions, notices and restrictions.
We also search, as a matter of course, the Day List, which is a list of pending applications and official searches. An example of listed pending registrations may include purchases, transfers, mortgages, charges, notices and restrictions.
The Title Plan is the other main document of title. It shows a detailed outline of the property in relation to its surroundings, and often (especially with larger properties) has detailed and coloured markings referred to in the Title Register that illustrate rights of way, rights of access, watercourses (not drainage) and sections of land affected by easements and covenants. The general boundaries of the property itself are edged in red.