Only if a Scots parcel of land is a "caput baroniae" does it carry a lairdship with it. in which case you can actually apply to the Lord Lyon Court for either a grant of arms or recognition of yourself as such...expect to pay a LOT for that! Research it well beforehand, though, as in England at any rate some of the "lords of manors" type titles have been seperated in a lwaful way from their respective ancient manors and estates, and have been solf off seperately;so that, if you seek to acquire a title that way, sometimes all you acquire in law is the land itself. Consult a RELIABLE attorney who deals with such things, as there are MANY scams out there. Possibly the Lord Lyon Court, which is a part of the Scots government, will suggest a GOOD attorney...or check their records for one who has successfully presented cases beofre. None of this is FREE or automatic, so there will be fees to become a REAL Laird...but yes, if you did not inherit nobiliary status, this IS a possible path to acquiring some...as the ownership of certain ancient estates is logic enough for Lord Lyon to consider you eligible for a grant of arms.