When do I get the deeds to my house?
08th May 2014

Following legal completion your file is transferred to our post completion department.

Our post completion department, proceed to complete the relevant Land Registry forms and then submit to the Land Registry your documents to register you with title and also register your lenders mortgage agains the property.

he Land Registry then complete the registration of your property and update their records. Due to recent Land Registry cut-backs the Land Registry can take as long as 14 weeks to register your title with them.

Once they have registered you with legal title, they will then send to us what is known as a Title Information Document (or TID) and we will then send a copy of the same to you.

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