Title Pack Registration
If you have not already done so, please follow the link below to register ownership of your title pack. Registration, whilst not compulsory, provides additional validation and offers updates on the estate and future products.
Title Pack Downloads
The crest is in jpeg image format
You can visit the estate whenever you want. Please download the directions below. Some of the paths in the land are quite steep and uneven so make sure you wear sensible shoes and we recommend the walk only for those in good health. It is each visitor’s responsibility to ensure that the walk and the weather conditions are within their capabilities. We accept no liability for any accidents or injuries which may occur on the estate or due to errors made here. Visits to the land are undertaken entirely at your own risk. All walks, maps, descriptions and route data are provided in good faith, but must be regarded as approximate; we can make no guarantee as to their accuracy.
Using the title
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.
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.
A number of our customers have successfully added their title to documents, however, we can offer no guarantee of this for any type of document as each institution is different and may have their own rules and regulations. The deed statement included in the title packs may be requested when making an official update. Please note you are under no obligation to complete the deed statement. Enssen (London) Ltd offers no assistance, guarantee, compensation, reimbursement, nor can make warranties or representations in respect to document changes or deed statement use.
Our title packs support the legal right to change your honorific title to Lord or Lady. This is not a change of first name.
Every institution is different and we always suggest the first thing you do is to contact the relevant organisation directly and ask them what they require to make a title change. You can then proceed from there, depending on what information they have given you.
Whilst we provide advice here, we do not offer direct support for any aspect of document changes. Should you wish to change your documents, this must be undertaken through your own initiative.
Other legal jurisdictions may permit document changes but this not something we guarantee or provide assistance with. You will need to contact the relevant organisation directly to see what they require and accept.
There is a great deal of confusion about the role of deed poll. Many people incorrectly think that deed poll is an official Government office or similar where you go to register a change of name. This is not the case, as no such office exists. Deed poll is simply a legal process which enables a person to formally change his or her title or name. The deed statement provided is a short legal statement that formally communicates your desire to use the title and may be requested by some institutions. This is not something that can be disputed – the document is absolute because it’s your personal legal statement and your personal legal right. Each title pack contains a deed statement but there is no obligation to complete this.
Click the link below to open an example of a completed deed statement.
Technically anyone can be a witness but we recommend someone who has known you for at least two years and is not a relative. Witnesses should be over 18.
No. We have already registered your title pack and no other registration is required. There are many companies claiming to be official Deed Poll organisations, however, Deed Poll is not a government department – that’s a common misapprehension as no such department exists. Deed Poll is a type of contract that can be used to enforce a personal name or title change. Therefore, please avoid using these companies as they do not represent any official registration authority.
Yes, you can. Simply click the download link below and then print the file (the file is in Adobe PDF format). Please note you are under no obligation to complete the deed statement. Enssen (London) Ltd offers no assistance, guarantee, compensation, reimbursement, nor can make warranties or representations in respect to document changes or deed statement use.