Land Register of Scotland

The land register is our main register. It records ownership of land and property in Scotland.

Applications can be submitted via our new digital submission service.

Land and property information

You can:

Interpreting Land Register title plans

View our guide to interpreting title plans and understanding legal boundaries in the Land Register.

Register land or property

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If you have an online services login, you can use our responsive eForm to complete your application for registration in the land register. You can also notify us of a perceived title inaccuracy.  If you don't have a login, use a pdf application form.


Our identification forms and policy has changed. From 01 April 2024 all applications which require an ID form must use our updated application forms.

If you are not a conveyancing solicitor, you will also need to submit an identification form (non-interactive) (PDF, 294.14 KB) | identification form (interactive) (PDF, 312.05 KB)

When you use our forms, you are submitting personal data.

Please see our privacy statement for information on how we process personal data.

Update the land register

You can request that we update the land register to reflect a change in your circumstances.

About the land register

Introduced in 1981, the land register is based on the Ordnance Survey map.

It provides property owners with a state-backed guarantee of title.

The land register is replacing the General Register of Sasines.


If you have further enquiries, get in touch using our contact form.

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