Payment of fees
When you apply to record in the Sasine Register or register in the Land Register, you'll need to submit the appropriate payment with your application. You can pay by:
- direct debit
Advance notices which are first registrations or transfers of part can be paid by your usual payment method - direct debit or cheque. Advance notices which are dealings of whole must be paid by direct debit.
We can only accept payment for ARTL by direct debit.
All other services are post-paid and you will receive an invoice from us. Payment options for these services are:
- direct debit
- credit card
- debit card
- direct credit
Invoices are due for payment 30 days from issue, apart from Registers Direct invoices, which are due for payment 14 days from issue.
VAT is payable on non-registration services.
No VAT is payable on registration, including advance notices.
FAS Accounts for regular users
Regular users of RoS services would benefit from having an account with us (known as FAS account).
The benefits of having an account include:
- Monthly statements issued highlighting outstanding invoices which will assist you in reconciliation
- More payment methods accepted (BACS and Direct Debit)
- A RoS account manager is assigned to assist you with any questions or issues you may have
Request for FAS accounts should be on company headed paper and provide us with:
- Contact name
- Contact telephone number
- Email address for statements
The request should be sent as a hard copy to:
Credit Control, Room 6S-01, Meadowbank House, 153 London Road, Edinburgh,EH8 7AU
Or by business post:
DX 555400, Edin 15
If your business has more than one office, you'll need to set up a unique account number (known as a FAS number) for each office. This helps us return documentation to the right place.
You can still use a single bank account and a single direct debit instruction to make payments for all your business's registration needs under the same service, but you should tell us the individual FAS numbers that the mandate applies.
Direct debit forms and information
Direct debit is the easiest way to pay.
Direct debit pre-payment
Use this form for advance notices and other pre-payment services.
Direct debit post-payment
All Registers Direct fees attract VAT.