Can I refer to myself as Lord or Lady?
Yes, the title pack is based on a historic English Lord of the Manor title that supports the legal right to use the honorific title Lord or Lady.
Within most legal jurisdictions, should you wish to change your honorific title to Lord or Lady (Lord or Lady of the Manor) then you can change this at any time, provided you do not intend to deceive or defraud another person or purport your title to be a peerage.
Can I change my title on personal documents?
Yes, you can change your honorific title in most instances (this includes items such as stationery, tickets, reservations, membership cards, debit cards, credit cards, social media, employers, professional bodies etc). Please note, government documents which do not display any title such as all passports (and in some jurisdictions drivers licences) cannot be updated.
Do I have to use the title if I have a title pack?
You are under no obligation to use the title or change personal documents; this is always a matter of personal choice.
Are title packs connected to The House of Lords?
Our title packs and associated title rights are based on a historic Lord of the Manor title and have no connection to The House of Lords or British peerages.
Can I use the crests?
Yes you can. The title crest and estate crest are not heraldic coats of arms but can be used in a similar way by title pack holders to represent their personal connection to the title. These unique crests have been specially created to reflect the history of the title and the estate and have been hand painted exclusively for title pack holders.
Can I visit the Estate?
Yes, you can visit whenever you want. The estate is a beautiful 90 acre stretch of land situated on the west shore of Coniston Water and has been classified by Natural England as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It is roughly four miles south of the village of Coniston, near the hamlet of Sunnybank.
Do I own the dedicated land?
Each title pack comes with 5 square feet of dedicated land within the estate. This is a personal land dedication and does not constitute a transfer of land ownership. The land is protected subject to the existing natural environment in the name of the title pack owners.
What credit or debit cards do you accept?
Our site can can accept payment from almost any kind of credit or debit card. This includes but is not limited to Visa, Mastercard, Visa Debit, Maestro and American Express.
How do I know that payments are secure?
Our site uses high-level SSL encryption technology throughout the entire site, the most advanced security software currently available for online data and transactions. You can therefore rest assured that we take the privacy and security of your payment and personal details very seriously. You can tell whether a page is secure as 'https' will replace the 'http' at the front of the www.lordtitles.co.uk in your browser address window. A small locked padlock will also appear in the address bar of your browser window.
What is the 30 days refund guarantee?
The spirit behind the title packs is to provide a fun and novel product for people who want to buy something a little different. Most people love the idea and the title packs but we do appreciate that they may not be for everyone; for this reason we include a 30 day no quibble refund policy.
Are there any additional costs after purchase?
There are no other costs, taxes or liabilities after purchase.
Where do you deliver to?
We deliver to the United Kingdom, Europe, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
How quickly will my order arrive?
Orders are dispatched Royal Mail first-class within 24 hours (Monday to Friday). Under normal circumstances: for the United Kingdom please allow up to 3 working days for your order to arrive after dispatch; for Europe allow up to 7-10 working days for your order to arrive after dispatch; for United States and Canada allow up to 10-14 working days for your order to arrive after dispatch; for Australia and New Zealand allow up to 18-24 days for your order to arrive after dispatch.
What If I need the certificate urgently?
If you need the certificate urgently please follow the link in the confirmation email to download and print a temporary digital certificate.
Will the order be dispatched in a plain envelope?
Yes, we dispatch all orders in plain envelopes.
What is the difference between the standard and premium title packs?
Premium title packs also include two beautiful prints of the title crest and estate crest for display alongside the title certificate. A detailed map of the estate is also a feature of premium packs.
Can I purchase a title pack for someone else?
Yes, you can. All we require is their first and last name.
Can I include a gift message?
Yes, you can. Simply enter your gift message in the Optional Gift Message section on the product page and this will be printed on the title pack welcome letter. Gift messages are limited to 160 characters.
Are there any age or nationality restrictions?
There are no purchase restrictions. Title packs can be owned by anyone of any age or nationality.
Can I personalise the title with a place name, e.g. Lord xxx xxx of London?
No, the title cannot be personalised to include a place of your choice. Please only enter the name of the recipient.
What is the online members area?
The online members area provides additional resources to title pack holders. Full details are provided in the title pack brochure.
Are the certificates framed?
No, certificates come in a presentation folder. If you wish to buy a frame the certificates are standard A4 size.
What if my name changes after the certificate has been issued?
Should your name change, for example through marriage, then we can provide replacement certificates for a small charge. Simply email us if you require this service and we will advise you from there.
Does my spouse receive title rights if I buy a pack and can my children inherit the title?
No, title rights are transferred to one person per pack (or two in the case of couples packs). Title rights are not hereditary and can not be passed down through inheritance.