Comments in this column are only a brief summary of the relevant issues and do not constitute legal advice on which you should rely. The Evening Standard and Thring Townsend Lee & Pembertons will not be responsible for any actions (or lack of action) taken in reliance on this column. If you have a related issue, you should take specific professional advice..Q When I bought my house 14 years ago, my solicitor offered to retain my title deeds for safe keeping. I recently wrote to request my deeds and my letter was returned by Royal Mail marked "Gone Away". How can I find where my deeds are now? A A solicitor should always send their client a full copy of the title deeds, even if they retain a copy in their office. Clients may need to check the deeds if, for example, a boundary issue arises.
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Check your records again to see if that is what happened with you.Your letter may have been returned for a variety of reasons. Your solicitor...