Our response is yes. The same question can be asked about a title in the peerage system. In our opinion, it is a question of heritage and history. Valid manorial titles are historical artifacts that, in most cases, have existed for more than a millennium. They are a unique and personal connection to the past. The lordships and baronies of feudal England predate our modern peerage but are legally recognized because of their historical significance. The Nation’s history regarding titles is complex and filled with contradictory terms and rulings, but in summary, manorial titles have been and will always be a valuable and relevant part of our heritage and culture.