toysandboats":2bzix613 said:Mine are at home! as long as your entry on the Land Registry (LR) was correct then you didn't really need the deeds. David
Recordable CDs don't have a particularly long lifespan. I was shocked and dissapointed to find they can start to degrade in as little as three years.Davon":k4tvtmc8 said:so I think I will scan and copy to cd and store them at home.
That's true but if good quality cds are used and stored away in a sleeve cool, dry and preferably dark, they can last for a very long time. I have cds recorded more than 15 years ago which are perfectly readable. (That was when my Sony recorder was x2 speed and cost £300 and you could expect 20% failure :roll: ).monkeybiter":9hjs9clw said: