If you think we may be holding original deeds/documents for your property and you would like to access them, please complete our form below.
Like any business, law firms sometimes merge, acquire other practices or even cease trading at which point their documents are passed to other law firms. Thursfields holds original documents for a number of such firms (although is not necessarily the successor practice for that firm). Please let us know if you think we may hold your documents that were once held by a firm that is no longer in existence and we will do our best to check our records and confirm the position to you.
Firms of which we are successor practice and whose documents we might hold are:
Firms of which we may hold some original documents but for whom we were not a successor practice are:
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