Scottish Title Pack with Land Ownership + Free Award of Emblem Certificate
The Award of Emblem denotes special features relating to the estate and to Scotland. The centre features the national animal of Scotland, the unicorn. The unicorn is rampant, ie standing on its hind legs, reminiscant of the traditional Scottish Royal Lion Rampant emblem widely used in state flags.The title crest is finished off with heraldry surrounding the central feature to complete the traditional style of the piece.
- Official Title of Lord, Lady or Laird
- Your Own Real Plot Of Land In The Kingdom of Fife
- Digital Certificate Of Land Ownership
- Digital Award of Emblem Certificate
- 100% Money Back Guarantee
- Fast & FREE Worldwide Shipping
All prices in US Dollars
- Here’s what you’ll receive in your gift pack:
- Official Title Of Lord, Lady Or Laird
- Official Certificate Of Land Ownership In Scotland
- Master Deed Title To Legally Change Your Personal Documents (If You Choose To)
- Your Own Plot Of Land By The Majestic Blairadam Forest, Kingdom Of Fife
- Scottish Nobility Lord, Lady Or Laird Handbook
- Heritage Map With Visitor Information & Coordinates To Your Estate
- Exclusive Access To Our Lord, Lady Or Laird Online Community
- Certificate Of Tree Planting
- All beautifully presented and carefully packed with FREE worldwide shipping!
- Join Scotland’s elite class and become a Lord or Lady today – treat yourself or your loved one to this truly unique gift they’ll never forget!
- Digital Award of Emblem Certificate
- Shipping & Returns
Digital Downloads - $0.00
Typically delivered to your email within 24 hours.
Printed Copy - $40.00
Shipped in 5-7 working days by fully tracked courier service.
14-Day Money Back Guarantee
We offer a 14-day money back guarantee refund policy on all physical products, except of course items which we have engraved or personalised for you, unless they’re faulty. Digital products (intangibles) cannot be returned, so cannot be refunded.
Can I refer to myself as a Lord or Lady?
Yes, our title packs are based on a historic Scottish land ownership custom where landowners have been long referred to as "Lairds", the Scottish term for "Lord", with the female equivalent being "Lady". Most jurisdictions will allow you to update your title when you choose to do so.
Do I need to be of a certain nationality in order to buy a title pack?
No, you do not - our title packs are available to all nationalities and ages.
Can I use the titles of Lord or Lady on my documents?
Yes, you are able to change your title on documents in most instances. We provide a Master Title Deed (Deed Poll) to help you change your name to include your new title on your important documents.
Can I buy the title pack for someone else?
Yes - all we require is their name.
Do I have to pay tax on the land?
No - there is no land tax in Scotland. You do not need to take out any insurance, the Estate is already insured.
Can I choose my plot number?
Plots are numbered consecutively and assigned automatically; unfortunately we are unable to guarantee or assign a specific plot number.
How will my digital certificate be sent to me?
Your personalized digital certificate will typically be emailed to you within a few hours or your order being received, however please allow up to 24 hours. You can print this out and display this as you wish.
What are souvenir plots?
The plots of land themselves are recognised and referred to as 'souvenir plots' in Scotland. Souvenir plots are too small to be registered with the Scottish Land Registry directly, so this saves the expense usually associated with buying property. We provide you with a legally enforceable Contract of Sale, and maintain our own private records of all land owners within our estate.
Where are our souvenir plots?
Souvenir plots for our Title Packs are located in our estate in Cantsdam, by Blairadam Forest in the Kingdom of Fife. The estate is within a tranquil and secluded area with a natural wild habitat.
Preserving Scotland’s Woodlands
Every Lordship or Ladyship title pack contributes to the maintenance of our woodland area in Scotland. As the intention is for the land to be kept in its natural state, we ask that all interested parties do bear this in mind. It is unlikely you would ever get consent from the local council to build on your land.
We are not selling a noble title or peerage
Nobody can sell you a noble title or peerage, not us or anyone else. When you buy a pack from us, you become a Scottish landowner, and can choose to then call yourself a Scottish Laird, or its nearest English translation equivalent of Lord or Lady, along with the location of your land. We provide you with paperwork and guidance documents to help you use your new title, via Deed Poll. As far as we know, these are accepted almost everywhere in the world.
14-Day Refund Policy
The intention of these packs is to provide a fun, novelty product for those who want to purchase something a little different for themselves, their friends or their family. We offer a 14 day no-nonsense refund policy on all physical products, except of course items which we have engraved or personalised for you, unless they’re faulty. Digital products (intangibles) cannot be returned, so cannot be refunded.
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It was the BEST GIFT EVER for my boss! She loved it and now my family wants me to purchase this for them as well! Thanks so much!
My kids gave us the best gift!! Looking forward to visiting Scotland!
My daughter asked me what I wanted to do with my ashes when I die. I said I wasn’t fussy so what she did was to purchase one of your plot lands for me for my birthday being in my eighties. So now that I am a laird, I said that she can fly to Scotland and put me in the land of my birth. Great return!
I was given this gift last Christmas, cant wait to get back and take a picture standing on my square of Scotland. If the small contribution can help preserve the history and restore a castle or landmark then well worth it
I bought this for my husband because he and I love Scotland so much. He loves it a ton and even if its only meant to conserve land or help restore a landmark, that’s good enough for us. A little fun with having a “title” seems like a fair trade.
My brother gave this to everyone in our family this Christmas. We had so much fun with it! Thinking of visiting our spot when COVID is all over.
Bought this for my husband’s birthday. He looked up the coordinates on Google map and saw his “land”. Its a great deal. We plan on going one day to see it.
My children gave this to me for Christmas. I’m thrilled! And my wee piece has a tree. Love the thoughts.
My husband got this for me for Christmas. I started crying when I realized what a lovely thing he had done. The money goes toward conservation efforts.
My son gave my husband and I our own plot of land for Christmas. We do have the right to be called Lord and Lady now. It really was kind of cool. Some day I hope to go over and visit it.
I did this for my grandma and she loved it!
I’m a land lord already.
Got mine and love it. Might go there someday and build a miniature house on it.
I can’t wait for Christmas to give this great present to my children. Thank you so much Scotland Titles for the great service.
I got a refund from the other company and ordered yours.
I purchased one for my father, he has everything he wants so is hard to buy gifts for, hopefully he will like it.
Did this for Chris Cox for Christmas. Now Lord Chris. They even plant a tree.
Got mine for Christmas… love it!!
So I got my brother and his wife this for his wedding present. Never know what to get him. It’s very cool and just picked up another one for Devi and I.
Thank you for everything. Will definitely refer your service.
We received ours and LOVE this gift!
It works. My son in law is now a Lord and we will be relocating the Clan to His Estate and Castle.
My daughter gave me this gift for Christmas and it really is perfect.
I’ve got a piece of land too, for my birthday!
I love mine-it was my early Mother’s Day gift
I already am a Lady of a little plot in the Highlands & very proud of it. It was gifted to me by my son. I am from the Clan Ogilvie & very proud of that fact also. I am a proud Australian Scot.
My husband and son in law got this for Christmas. They have a declaration document, which our daughter had frame for them. So cool.
My husband was given a plot of land by his daughter. It comes with a certificate and the title Laird. I guess that makes me Lady Holborn!
Our daughter bought hubby and I a little piece of land each for our birthday in 2011. We have a card each stating that we are entitled to be called Lady and Lord (or Laird) of Glencoe. Comes with titles and everything.