Land registry updating registered owners

13-Aug-2016 07:21

Even information about registered land is not freely available – you have to pay Land Registry £3 to find out who holds any piece of land.

This section also covers some of the more common conveyancing and property related issues that might arise such as disputes with neighbours, claiming ownership of land and establishing the position of the boundary.The purpose of this conveyancing information section is to assist with the ordering and interpretation of official copies and other land registry documents.It is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to conveyancing and we will not generally stray into areas not directly or indirectly connected with land registry documents.Sometimes you will be looking to obtain documents in order to resolve a dispute.Please refer to Q2 under "Land Register" for the differences between a "current" and "historical and current" register.

This section also covers some of the more common conveyancing and property related issues that might arise such as disputes with neighbours, claiming ownership of land and establishing the position of the boundary.The purpose of this conveyancing information section is to assist with the ordering and interpretation of official copies and other land registry documents.It is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to conveyancing and we will not generally stray into areas not directly or indirectly connected with land registry documents.Sometimes you will be looking to obtain documents in order to resolve a dispute.Please refer to Q2 under "Land Register" for the differences between a "current" and "historical and current" register.We will be covering boundaries and the filed plan, what to look for in a lease, what to consider when owning a property jointly and what terms like freehold and leasehold actually mean, together with many more topics surrounding official copies and land registration.