There was once a time when only certain bloodlines could attain the title of Lord or Lady, which is recognised by all levels of society, yet for the first time ever, it is now possible for the average person to become a titled Lord or Lady in Scotland. You are legally allowed to use the title as you go about your day, which appeals to many people.
The process of becoming a Lord or Lady involves purchasing one square foot of land in the Scottish Highlands, which legally makes you a Scottish landowner and that opens the door to becoming a noble. You can buy as much land as you wish (minimum 1 square foot and a tree is planted with every purchase, plus you can designate what the land is used for. There are not many people with Lord titles in Australia and this makes for the perfect gift that empowers the recipient to use the title Lord or Lady.
One-off payment for a lifetime and more
When you become a Scottish Laird, this title is yours for the rest of your life and what’s more, you can bequeath the landownership and the tile to your kids. The provider sends you the legal paperwork to show your land ownership and title, plus you get the Google Map coordinates so you can see your plot at any time of day or night.
Visit your land in Scotland
As a Scottish landowner, you are welcome to visit your land should you ever decide to take a holiday in the UK. You are given the full postal address and the guardian is always happy to show you your plot and no advance notice is required, as long as you visit during regular office hours.
If you are looking for the perfect gift for Father’s Day, why not surprise your dad with a Scottish Lord gift package? Imagine his face when he realises he is now a legally titled Lord! The package comes complete with the title deeds, plus he can view his plot of land on Google Maps and show his friends that he is now a Scottish landowner. Many people frame their title deeds and hang the document on the wall in the living room and when he books a flight, he is legally allowed to use his Lord title. In any situation, your title can be used, as you are, in fact, a Scottish landowner once you purchase the land package.