Land Registry Plans
What Is a Land Registry Plan?
They are described in different ways but this type of plan is also commonly know as a deed plan, boundary plan, lease plan or conveyance plan.
Do I Need a Land Registry Compliant Plan?
According to the Land Registration Act 2002, an application must be made to the Land Registry when land or property:
- is first registered
- is transferred
- has leases longer than 7 years are created
- have unusual extents, such as airspace, roof-space, tunnels and so on
The Act also gives clear guidance that all plans submitted to the Land Registry must meet a required standard. The plan itself will form part of the application which is likely to be drafted by your solicitor or planning consultant.
Who Can Help Me?
Land Registry plans of any type are important legal documents and need a professional to undertake this. We’ve partnered a number of providers that can assist depending on where you are in the country:
Other areas coming soon.
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