The latest position regarding the delivery of our services.
The Land Register application record and the Register of Sasines will fully re-open on 01 March 2021.
Emergency coronavirus legislation is in place that allows us to accept digital submissions.
Register of Inhibitions and Register of Judgments
Invoices are issued after registration. Payment is by BACS or post-paid direct debit.
Register of Deeds
We can accept commissions for registration but we can't complete the full process under current restrictions.
This won't prevent a commission from taking effect. The deed itself will be available at a later stage when restrictions are eased.
You can send us a commission using the following methods:
Royal Mail PO Box
Register of Deeds
PO Box 24161
153 London Road
DX Exchange courier network
Registers of Scotland
Temporarily suspended services
With our offices temporarily closed, we can’t currently accept paper applications onto our registers.
Covid-19 is causing some disruption to our services.
We are unable to source:
- duplicate plans
- Burgh Register deeds
We hold digitised sasine deeds from the mid-1870s and all copy deeds should continue to be ordered via our website.
For larger orders you can email customer services.
Coronavirus (Scotland) (No2) Act 2020
The Coronavirus (Scotland) (No2) Act 2020 came into force on 27 May.
The legislation ensures writs or documents which fall to be recorded in the Register of Inhibitions or the Register of Judgments, and are not already covered by Schedule 4 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, will be covered to allow electronic submissions for registration.
Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020
The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020 came into force on 7 April.
The act gives the keeper power to accept electronic copies of paper deeds for registration on the land register and recording on the sasine register.
Application record closure
To keep our staff and customers safe, our offices closed on Tuesday 24 March.
Much of our work can be delivered remotely. But some processes, such as scanning and elements of intake, still need to be delivered on site.
This meant it was necessary for us to suspend the application record until further notice.
Closing the application record means we are temporarily unable to accept paper applications onto our registers.
The keeper is consulting closely with the Law Society of Scotland on the date for the application record to be reopened.