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Who was the mortgage with?
What evidence do you have that it was paid off in full?
Did you keep the form that they sent with the letter
Please do not worry - it is all recoverable I promise.
Have you printed out the Office Copy Entries from the Land Registry site?
It will cost you £5 but it will give you most of the information that you need for quetsion 4 apart from the date that END was transmitted.
having said that it may actually be shown - but if not phone the number on the letter and ask them for the date to complete the form with
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
Of course you can - it will be a pleasure
Do you remember when you last saw your title deeds?
Was there big bundle of them?
When was the house purchased?
Might they be at the bank?
When did you purchase the property?
Thank you - I suspect dit was a while ago if it is not registered land.
I will be honest - this is a potentially serious problem.
Since the Land Is not registered to prove that you are the owner you should produce the Title Deeds - the documents showing the history of how you came to be owners.
Without these you cannot sell the property, or not unless you get a solicitor to reconstruct the title.
The first starting point is to speak to the bank of irelands and see if they still have them- I have found a number here
Bank of Ireland UK - Great Britain
Customer Service Desk:
Tel: 0345(###) ###-####/p>
It is also going back to the solicitor and asking if they still have any records