Keeper-induced registration (KIR) is a process we’re using to move Scotland to a single digital, map-based land register.
Scottish Ministers have asked us to complete this new land register by 2024.
How it works
We use the existing title information to create a unique title sheet and plan for your property on the land register.
This change makes no difference to the ownership of your property. It's a straightforward process and you don't need to do anything.
If you’ve received a notification letter from us, then your property is now on the land register.
Your new land register title
A land register title provides an accessible record of property rights. It makes future transactions easier, cheaper and faster.
You can view your property on the land register by entering your postcode at scotlis.ros.gov.uk. You can also buy title documents on the site.
KIR titles are no different from any other land register title.
We highlight land register titles created by KIR in the property section of the title sheet.
This informs anyone transacting with that title how the property was registered.
We'll remove this note on the next sale or transfer of the property.
If you feel you need more information on keeper-induced registration, you can contact our customer services team.