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    Old appurtenant mentioned on LR plan - how to find original?

    Not sure this is the right forum but here goes...
    At the end of the back garden of our property (we own the freehold) is a car workshop. They have an iron staircase running up the back of their workshop which overhangs our garden to a width of about a meter and is 4 metres or so long.
    Our lease plan shows our land as extending beneath the staircase clearly identifying it as ours and I've looked at their title deed and plan and it agrees, but listed in the notes section it says that a "Deed of Appurtenant" was raised in 1976 covering this staircase. We have no copy of this deed and neither does the owner of their title so we think it's been lost somewhere in the mists of time. The Land Registry also have no copy of it. The note says:
    "The land has the benefit of as appurtenant to 46 [my redaction] Road the right granted by a Deed dated 6 December 1976 made between (1) [my redaction] (2) [my redaction] Limited (3) [my redaction] Limited (4) Barclays Bank Limited and (5) The Housing Corporation."
    None of the companies whose names I've redacted either exist any more orknow of the deed, Barclays never reply and the Housing Corporation was abolished in 2008.
    Any idea where else I can try to find this deed? We'd just like to see the actual wording of it.
    Ta!

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