Scottish barony Titles for sale
If £1 million is outside your budget there is less expensive way of buying a title . Bygone titles are available for sale on the basis of genealogical research . They have lapsed and fallen into disuse, ie. Are not held by a living descendant. The rights to the use of the "Styled title name & legend" (use of the Title) are legally claimed and transferred through legal assignment documentation to you. Buy lordship now Research and solicitor's fees £4,000 / $6,400
Through tradition, Lordships of the Manor would often take the surname of the new holder of the Manor Title. This is the legal means by which it is possible to offer a bygone Lordship of the Manor fully researched, legally claimed through solicitors, and renamed to reflect your surname - Lord of ( family / place name ) . Research and solicitor's fees £4,000 / $6,400 . His wife is " Lady " . No courtesy titles for children . Buy lordship now
Co-Ownership Shares of the Lordship at the price of $1000 / £650 per share . Reserve YOUR Family's Title & Heirloom Buy shared title now
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An article has been posted on the Burke's Peerage website warning about buying only genuine titles .
" The fact is that there are only two forms of genuine titles that you can buy and use legitimately: a Lordship of the Manor, which does not actually give you a title but enables you to put after your name, Lord of the Manor of Lower Piddling-in-the-Trough or some such place, or a Scottish Feudal Barony.
The British Embassy in Washington is so worried about Americans being misled into buying fraudulent titles that it even puts out the following advice for the unwary on their official website:
"The sale of British titles is prohibited by the Honours (Prevention of Abuses) Act, 1925. However, misleading advertisements for lordships of manors sometimes appear in the media and on the internet. A manorial lordship is not an aristocratic title, but a semi-extinct form of landed property. Lordship in this sense is a synonym for ownership. According to John Martin Robinson, Maltravers Herald Extraordinary and co-author of The Oxford Guide to Heraldry, 'Lordship of this or that manor is no more a title than Landlord of the Dog and Duck.' It cannot be stated on a passport, and does not entitle the owner to a coat of arms. "
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