Not an area I have much experience in, but my solicitors are telling me there are 'potentially' pages missing in an attachment to the title deeds they have obtained from Land Registry (downloaded and hard copy), because of an annotation in the corner of one page, indicating there should be others. Sellers say there are no other pages and their lawyers will not pay for the insurance. My Solicitor says I have to pay the insurance or risk being sued later if I do something prohibited. I am concerned as to the blanket statement 'there could be anything on any missing pages'. Where does this leave me, if I were to say, build a 'shed-outhouse' (as so many do) at great expense, and find out I wasn't allowed to do it due to a series of missing documents in the deeds? I am assuming a paltry insurance payout won't help me if I am told to tear it down? How common is it to have (potentially) pages missing from title deeds? It seems rather strange to me.