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LandregistryService.co.uk is the leading independent Land Registry search portal in the United Kingdom. We search Land Registry Deeds for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland with fast electronic delivery via our MyAccount folder which is available after registration . Title documents for properties in England and Wales are official electronic copies.

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Ordering takes only a few minutes with us and your ordered documents will be uploaded to your personal account within 24 hours. Digital map search is available

Search Types

Besides the most common documents, i.e. the Title Register and Title Plan we offer several specialised searches for professionals, businesses and home buyers

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The Title Register contains a description of the property. From the Title Register you can find out who owns the house or land, the address of the owner, and details of Charges and Burdens affecting the property. This deed is equivalent to the Title Register in England and Wales.

The title register will include following details:

  • Property section - description, title number, date of first registration, map reference
  • Proprietorship section - details of the purchase price, proprietors, their address (sometimes past and present). Notices under the Matrimonial Homes (Family Protection) (Scotland) Act 1981.
  • Charges - details of mortgages, etc often including amounts (if any)
  • Burdens - restrictions, covenants, etc (if any recorded)

Please note that Land Register of Scotland became operational between 1981 (Renfrewshire) and 2003 (Sutherland). Properties that have not been sold since the operational date of the particular county may not be registered in the Land Register. For the list of the operational dates please visit our FAQ.

If the property that you search for is not registered in the Land Register you will need to order a Sasine Register Search to find out ownership details of that property. Even in this case the search fee is non-refundable.


Sample £17.89

The Title Plan shows the general extent of the property by red edging. Scottish Title Plans are prepared on the Ordnance Survey map and include the outline of the surrounding properties.

The title plan is the second main document of the title accompanies the title register. It is always advisable to examine the title plan in conjunction with the register because there often are entries in the register which clarify the extent of the title and colour references that are shown on the title plan. The title plan may also contain references to burdens affecting the property.

Title plans will contain:-

  • Title Number
  • Orientation
  • Outline of Boundaries
  • Outline of the property
  • Surrounding properties

Please note that Land Register of Scotland became operational between 1981 (Renfrewshire) and 2003. Properties that have not been sold since the operational date of the particular county may not be registered in the Land Register. For the list of the operational dates please visit our FAQ.

If the property that you search for is not registered in the Land Register you will need to order a Sasine Register Search to find out ownership details of that property. Even in this case the search fee is non-refundable.


Sample £17.89

This pack contains the two main title deeds at a discounted price. 

The Title Register contains a description of the property. From the Title Register you can find out who owns the house or land, the address of the owner, the tenure, price paid/value stated information if sold since April 2000 and any rights of way or restrictions & covenants on the land noted on the register. It contains the details of the registered charges and leases (if any) affecting the property.

The Title Plan shows the general extent of the property by red edging. Title Plans are prepared on the Ordnance Survey map and include the outline of the surrounding properties. There may be entries in the register which clarify the extent of the title and colour references that are shown on the title plan. The title plan may also contain references to leases, rights of access, easements, charges, boundary maintenance liability, etc.

Please note that Land Register of Scotland became operational between 1981 (Renfrewshire) and 2003. Properties that have not been sold since the operational date of the particular county may not be registered in the Land Register. For the list of the operational dates please visit our FAQ.

If the property that you search for is not registered in the Land Register we will provide you with an extract from the Sasine Register or Applications Register.


Sample £29.99

The Register of Sasines or the Sasine register is a historical register of deeds affecting land and property.

Records in the Register of Sasines provide a historical account of ownership. Most property has it’s own Sasine search sheet. This includes a description of the property and an account of all the transactions that have taken place on the property. It is therefore possible to see all of a property’s previous owners, what they paid, whether there were any charges, etc right back to the early 20th century.

The Sasine register is going to be taken over by the Land Register. When a property sells and a deed is recorded the property is transferred from the Sasine Register to the Land Register and all subsequent transactions for that property will be recorded in the Land Register.

A search of this register is available by name or property address and provides a history of transactions affecting individual properties. It contains all the recorded Minutes (precis of deeds) in chronological order so it can provide a history of a property, eg its owners, charges, mortgages, etc. All documents in the Sasine Register are now imaged from 1905.


Sample £29.99

The Pending Applications search will provide details of any pending registrations recorded in the Applications Register. If a property has been sold recently registration of the new proprietors or first registration in the Land Register may not have been completed. In this event this search will be of help to ascertain details of the new owners. Please note that first registration may take more than two years in Scotland.


Sample £9.99

Google Map SearchShould you not know the full postal address of the property or it cannot be described by an address (for example a rural land) you can use our built in digital map to mark a land or building and we will carry out the search using the coordinates. You will need to mark the area with a red pin, which will allow us to identify the coordinates of the property and carry out the search for you.  
This search reveals the name and address of the owner and, if registered, the Burdens affecting the property. If the property is not registered we endeavour to find records in the Sasine register but without a postal address or previous owner’s name it is not always possible to identify the property in the old records. 
With this search you will also be provided with a title plan that will help you to identify the extent of the property.


£34.99

This search lists all property purchases and sold prices in a postcode area. We will search for sales transactions within the last 2 years or any period of time that you require from the date of the Land Registration in the appropriate county. The list contains the address, price and sales date of each property sold within the area.


Sample £19.99

Old deeds are referred to in the Sasine Register Search Sheet or in the Title Register by dates and parties. These deeds are not held by Registers of Scotland but can normally be obtained from the National Archives of Scotland.
The search includes one copy deed: to identify it you need to know at least the date of it and the name of a party involved.
If you do not know the date of the deed you must order a Sasine Register search first to establish what deeds have been recorded and when.
These old documents contain particulars of transfers, charges or other transactions relating to a property. If the Sasine Register entry refers to a PLAN, it means that the submitted deed contains a plan of the property. This can often be very useful as unregistered properties do not have title plans.


£43.97

This search includes all available Title documents for 2 adjoining properties kept at Registers of Scotland. These are the title register and plan (in case of the property is registered) and the records of the old deeds. You will receive extracts from the Sasine register, which contains pre registration records of transactions affecting property and land in Scotland. These records are called Search Sheets and usually available electronically back to 1905.

The Pack can assist you when dealing with Boundary disputes as they can often easily be resolved by referring to the agreements which would usually be expressed in the documents that we provide to you with this search. If you think that the boundaries are not defined in the title documents, or that the boundaries have been changed by subsequent agreements, you may wish to seek legal advice from a solicitor or conveyancer.


£89.99
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