Thank you for your reply.
Would not a Prescriptive Easement achieve this if the use of the title was continuous,legal,unchallenged over a period of time and backed up by Statutory Declaration?
The Lyon Court has said a Lairdship title is outside its jurisdiction and would only rule if a grant of arms/territorial designation applies as it forms part of the Law of Name.
Statute 1672 cap.47 entitles each proprietor of a Scottish estate to add the name of his property to his surname and if he does this consistently (Prescription?)to treat the whole as a title and to subscribe himself so.
I understand what you mean that a Laird is not a title of nobility or a peerage but none the less Laird of Greenford would be a descriptive title associated with the landed estate. Looking at section 63, Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc(Scotland)Act 2000, it seems to cover Baroncey titles only as the land owned was given by the Crown. Thus would not a Lairdship title be outside the Act?
Your thoughts maybe.