FREE Legal File

This is a free legal file. If you fancy reading through 50 pages of a court file, then you will see where the law lays with regard to Manorial titles

Don't let any of these platforms fool you. They all use creative writing to convince you that they are genuine and that their titles are genuine. They are not and the reasons why are detailed in the FREE eBook.  

Burton Bamford V Walker Others
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The Legal Use of Titles

Titles V 14 0
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ADVERSE POSSESSION

It has come to our attention of one platform providing titles, as genuine, using the 'Adverse Possession' laws. Adverse Possession is for physical land and Property.  however, it does not cover manorial titles which are incorporeal hereditament titles, although these can be referred to as land. Under the Adverse Possession laws, manorial titles are not classed as a physical object and therefore do not come under those laws.

We sought legal advice before placing this notice. New rights cannot be applied to a manorial title which appears to be dormant and/or the owner lost in time. Someone always owns a title.  The law as it stands today means that anyone who purchases a title as genuine, but has not got all the deeds of holders (in an unbroken chain) going back to its creation has not got a full lordship title.  A Manorial title which is Dormant or where the owner appears to have been lost in time, CANNOT be simply claimed, nor can new rights of the name be applied.  There is no Common Law which says a title can be claimed and taken over without it being conveyed from its rightful owner.  

The only way a dormant title can be used, and this is the name only and NOT the lordship, and after a notice has been placed on public media to the effect of a 'right to claim', is using the Possession Laws under Common Law and the Property Act of 1925.  These are Possessory Titles and give you the legal right to use the Lord of the Manor Title name to which the 'Claim of Possession' relates. It is a bit more complex than that and requires the correct notices and deeds.  I can give you details of where these sort of titles can be purchased. If you are on a budget and would love to have a Lord of the Manor Title or a Feudal Barony Title, then this may be the best option for you as the prices range from £250 to £1,250 and occasionally cheaper than that. It is the 'right to use in quiet enjoyment' the title name and its 'link' to its history. It is a Possessory Title.   Contact me for details.  WhatsApp 0759 452 6890  

IF A COMPANY HIDES BEHIND "INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY" IN ORDER TO AVOID TELLING YOU IN THEIR "LEGAL" DOCUMENTS HOW THEY CAME TO OWN THE TITLE, THEN BE VERY WARY. SUCH A DOCUMENT WOULD NOT STAND UP IN COURT.  THE LEGAL DOCUMENTS MUST EXPLAIN IN DETAIL  WHAT SECTIONS OF LAW HAVE BEEN USED FOR THE COMPANY TO HAVE ACQUIRED A TITLE.  MESSAGE ME FOR DETAILS.

PLEASE, SEEK INDEPENDANT LEGAL ADVICE BEFORE PARTING WITH YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY FOR A TITLE BEING SOLD AS 'GENUINE'

 

Click on the link above for more information on titles that cannot be revived as many platforms would like you to believe

BOGUS IRISH BARONIES

Irish Baronies Bogus
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