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everybody mark styles down here at Studio B at 892 with one of our lead attorneys Ben Cote Ben thanks for coming by sir only hey so we took a different format today hope you enjoy it you the viewers have asked for a simple understanding on how to do a title exam on the free online public searches for your respective County registers so Ben got into the studio and did a webinar for you now this is going to be on our YouTube channel in perpetuity so feel free to use it as a resource as with any of the videos on our youtube channel please subscribe and share with anybody ben take it away lets go today were going to look at the registry deeds website and how to do a basic title search to get additional information about a property lets get started we started this page this is the home page for the registry deeds website in this particular case its the Plymouth County registry deeds but its really not important which county we start with because most Registry of Deeds websites are goi