A Ladyship is, in itself, a title which is linked to the Land, but for it to become a title and part of the name of the individual who owns the land, it is necessary to petition Scotland’s supreme herald, the Lord Lyon King of Arms, for the title to be officially recognised. The Lord Lyon does not actually recognise anyone as a Lady. Rather, he recognises their right to a territorial designation. For example, if someone buys a Scottish Estate or Farm ( more than 5 acres ) which is known as Lallybroch, She is also entitled to call herself “ Lady of Lallybroch ”.
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