The Title Register is one of the main documents of title in the modern Land Register. It contains written description of the property, name of the current owner(s), latest purchase price and date and details of securities and burdens.
The Title Plan shows the general extent of the property by red edging or other colouring. Scottish Title Plans are prepared on the Ordnance Survey map and include the Ordnance Survey grid references, orientation, outline of the surrounding properties, survey scale and the date when the title plan was produced.
The title plan may contain various colour markings, which are explained in the title register. These markings may refer to various burdens or rights affecting the property.
The Applications record provides details of all pending applications against a title number that have not yet been completed. These include first registrations, dispositions, dealing with securities etc.
The Applications record may contain relevant information about the submitted application such as the date and status of the application, price paid, title numbers, applicant name and address, property address, deed type and additional information.
This report provided by Landmark Analytics is one of the UK’s most accurate and responsive automated valuation solutions. Landmark Analytics draws upon data from a variety of sources, including Registers of Scotland, Surveyors and Estate Agents, as well as incorporating census data, and other government data sets to produce highly accurate valuations - even in remote areas of the country.
The report provides essential information, indicating whether or not a property and its surrounding area could be affected by flooding and if flood defences are in place. It provides a comprehensive summary of flood risk taking into consider groundwater flooding in addition to traditional flood risks from river and coastal sources.
Deeds usually contain information about rights or covenants that may affect the property but are not recorded in the title register. Also pre-registration plans in some cases have been stored to clarify the effect of various rights and covenants attached to the property. In other cases details from some old deeds are set out in the title register and copies of those deeds have not been retained by Land Registry. Stored deeds are normally noted on the Title Register as 'copy filed'.
A Registered Lease will outline how the Leasehold tenure and Freehold tenure interact with each other and their respective rights. The lease will usually contain additional plans, parking plans, plans of common parts and service charge provisions. Certain types of property are usually tenanted on a Leasehold basis, common types of property and venues that are leasehold include: Apartments and Flats, Car Parks, Garages, Shops, Restaurants, Public Houses, Night Clubs, Warehouses, Clinics.
Groundsure Planning provides detailed planning application information within the vicinity of the property, dating back 10 years. The report report utilises the most accurate, comprehensive and complete commercially available historical and current planning data provided by Glenigan.
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