Nobility Titles



There are two very good websites which detail many of the scams with respect to Nobility Title websites. In 2008 a Solicitor was prosecuted for selling Nobility Titles as 'Real' documents that were in actual fact Fake!


If you see a website offering 'Real' Nobility Titles For Sale, ask them if you can complete the purchase through your own solicitor and see what they say!

Any 'Real' title should be either registered with the International Commission on Nobility & Royalty or in the UK with Burke's Peerage and the Armonial Register. Manorials are held in a specific office.

In England you can only purchase 'Lord of the Manor' titles as and when they come up for sale. Again these would be registered with the Manorial office . The conveyancing is rather complex as it will cover all the transfers since incorporation. The original title deeds would be in Old English Latin. The prices are high as a consequence. But owning a Lord of the Manor title only allows you to place that title behind your name. i.e. Mr Joe Bloggs Lord of the Manor of ............ So you cant use one to put Lord in front of your name.

The DVLA and UK Passport Office are fully aware of fake nobility titles and if you were to send off a Nobility Title Certificate/Deed to the DVLA/Passport Office for change of name to - for example - Lord Joe will get your documents back with Mr Lord Joe Bloggs... So dont be fooled by any website which says that their certificates will enable you to do this.

I arrange genuine Lord of the Manor / Lordship of........ titles. these are underwritten by reputable solicitors and prices are around £8000 fully inclusive of all documentation and legal services.


Micro Nations such as Sealand, Duchy of Bohemia, Principality of Paulovia and many more...are not Internationaly Recognised. Therefore none of their Nobility Certificates are accepted. Many micro nations are figments of peoples imagination and set up to rip people off with their pathetic Nobility Titles

Lordship Titles

The documentation includes:

* Deed of Conveyance

* Statutuory Declaration

* Folder of Associated Historical

* Notice of the Deed of Conveyance of
Title printed in the London Gazette
and Archived

* Invitations to events in the House of
Commons and House of Lords

* Details of how you can regsiter you
title with Land Regsitry

* You can place your name and title onto
you Bank Cards, Cheque Book,
Passport, Driving Licence etc

Prices are around £8000 but that includes all fees, solicitors costs, regsitration costs and supportive advice and help.

International Commission

Take a look at Burke's Peerage

Seek legal advice before considering any Foreign Titles. Most are not registered. And those that are , many are NOT transferrable. In any event they would be in that particular countries old language...not English.

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