The sasine register is the oldest national public land register in the world, dating back to 1617.
- record a deed in the sasine register
- voluntarily register a sasine plot of land in the land register
- search for a property’s owner
- order a copy of a deed
This register consists of a chronological list of land deeds, which contain written descriptions of properties.
We’re gradually replacing the sasine register with the map-based Land Register of Scotland. We will close the sasine register by 2024.
The sasine register is closed to the registration of deeds relating to:
- standard securities
- assignations of leases
- registered plots of land or leases registered in the land register
You can still record some deeds, including:
- discharges of standard securities
- improvement grants
- guardianship orders
Find out more about the history of the sasine register on our history page.
If you have an online services login, you can register a deed in the sasine register using our intelligent, responsive eForms. If you don't have a login, use the pdf form.
Sasine application form (pdf, 809KB)
View step-by-step guidance on filling in the sasine application form.
See a breakdown of registration fees in the sasine register.
If you have an enquiry about the sasine register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.