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 surr ounding 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, consideration paid, title numbers, applicant name and address, property address, deed type and additional information.
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The Sasine Register, the older type of register in Scotland is a chronological list of land deeds. It is based on written descriptions of properties (unlike the modern Land Register, which is map-based). The Sasine Register Search Sheet contains a brief description of the property including its approximate size and address or relative location (e.g. 430/1000 acre of ground bounded on north west by Edinburgh Road). The property description is followed by a list and short description of deeds submitted for registration. These provide an account of all transactions that have taken place on the property. From these entries it is possible to establish previous owners of the property, price paid information, charges, etc.
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