Why register property with the Land Registry? Conveyancing and Property

If you bought or mortgaged your property after 1998, it should be registered with The Land Registry. However, if this is not the case, your title deeds may not be registered.

Registering with The Land Registry ensures all documents are kept in one place, minimising delays when you do come to sell or re-mortgage. It also makes conveyancing easier, quicker and less costly to deal with.

Registering helps protect your land from fraud and if you voluntarily register your land, The Land Registry offers a discounted rate.

If you have any more questions about conveyancing and property, please contact us today.