The government organisation that controls registration of ownership, boundaries, rights of way etc for all property in England and Wales.
Established by the Land Registration Act 1925 to maintain details of land ownership e.g. describes the land and any rights, the owner and any charges noted against the land.
Government Agency that issues and maintains all land registry documents (deeds).
A Central body that retains records of who owns the land, and under what conditions. This was set up in 1925, to simplify the conveyancing process. Not all land in England and Wales is registered today. This is partly due to the fact that land can only be registered following certain "triggering events". The Land Registry has their own website which provides useful information.
State body for registering the ownership of land.
This is a government department which registers and all the details of any land transactions and issues to do with ownership of property in England and Wales.
This is a government authority which registers the transfer of all property in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Every transfer must be forwarded to the Land Registry after completion. Once the registration has been completed the Land Registry will issue a Land Certificate or a Charge Certificate depending on whether there is a mortgage involved. If there is a mortgage this Charge Certificate will be sent to the Lender for them to keep, but if there is no mortgage then the Land Certificate can be forwarded to the Buyer for them to keep.
The land register is the register of real estate maintained by the State authorities. All property transactions should be recorded in it. The Land Registry is the government office responsible for maintain and updating the land register. As part of our comprehensive service Arc Property will take ensure that all you property transactions are properly registered in a timely fashion. When purchasing a property Arc Property will always conduct additional due diligence to verify the legal status of the property and never rely solely on the land register
The legal process of registering the title to an area of land with the Land Registry. There will be a charge to the solicitor for this process which may form part of the disbursements.
An organisation controlled by central government which maintains a register of properties and their ownership in England and Wales . It now covers approximately 90 â€“ 95% of residential dwellings
The Land Registry is a Government body which retains all the records of ownership of land, for example when the land was purchased, the price which was paid and anything that may be adversely registered in the title.
A Government organisation that keeps records of properties in England and Wales. Any transfer of ownership has to be registered with HM Land Registry.
Public Office which holds details on all property in Ireland where title is Registered Title
A Government body that records ownership of property.
In certain areas of England and Wales it is necessary to register land at the Land Registry. Once registered the details of the property and any charges affecting it are held at one of the district land registries.
This is a government body that retains records of who owns the land, and sets out details of any mortgages or other conditions/restrictions which may relate to the property.
The Government department responsible for keeping and updating details of all registered properties. ''Office copies'' containing details of ownership and charges are readily available in writing and, nowadays, also available online to subscribers.
They are responsible for recording ownership of land.
This is a central register of all land and property transfers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. All transfers are required to be registered at the Land Registry after completion. Thereafter the Land Registry issues a Land Certificate and sends it to the owner or issues a Charge Certificate if there is a mortgage which is sent to the lender.
A government organisation that holds records of all registered properties in England and Wales.
The Central and District government registries where details of registered titles are kept.
A Government Department which keeps records of ownership of most land and property in the State. The Registry of Deeds is a similar Government Body where a unregistered properties are registered, normally in cities.
The Land Registry is a Government agency responsible for the registration of title to land. Registration enables the sale of land and property to take place without the laborious and expensive exercise of checking through title deeds.
The place that keeps track of who owns "registered" land. It was introduced to make things simpler and it's done just that. Almost all land is registered nowadays. With "unregistered" land, you still have to rely on a pile of title deeds to show who owns the property. Buyers of registered land will have to pay a fee to get their ownership reflected on the Land Register.
The Government department that registers all property dealings in the UK.
A public body, which keeps records of the ownership of land in England and Wales.
Carried out by the solicitor to register buyer as the new owner of the house.
A central body where a record of who owns what land, and under what conditions, is kept. Set up in 1925, the Land Registry still doesn't have records of all the land in England and Wales. This is partly because they can only insist on the land being registered with them when it is sold, and partly because it is such a huge task. The Land Registry have their own website, www.landreg.gov.uk, and provides someÂ useful information.
A government department which maintains the national property register
Ground rent and statistical register of urban and rural property.
A record of property, ownership an the mortgage is registered in a central register at HM land registry.
The official body responsible for recording the ownership of land.
A Government department where details of properties with a registered title are recorded along with any charges e.g. mortgages.
The place where all Escrituras (Title Deeds) are registered and where title and any charges against a property are checked. Registration fees to inscribe the new deed into your name should not exceed 1% of the registered value.
The solicitor registers the buyer as the new owner of the house.
The body responsible for recording details of land in England and Wales.
A government body which maintains records of land and property ownership
There are various public registries that hold records showing matters which affect property and need to be searched before acquiring an interest in property. These include the Land Registry and the Land Charges Registry. It is also common to make a local search of the local authority to find out about planning permissions and other similar matters.
Government Department responsible for maintaining and updating the register of all properties in England & Wales with registered titles.
A bureau responsible for recording details about land in England and Wales (Scotland have a land register which is separate). There are three registers: property, proprietorship and charges. It lists when land changes hands, the names of the proprietors and what rights exist over the land.
In Hong Kong, the Land Registry administers the Land Registration Ordinance governing the system of land registration and provides facilities for search of the Land Register and related records by the public and government departments.