You must tell Land Registry if anything in the register changes or it is incorrect.
Update or correct contact addresses
You can register up to 3 addresses (including email and non-UK addresses) with Land Registry for each property.
To change your contact details or those of other owners or agents send a request to update registered owners’ contact address.
Change your name
You must send Land Registry an application to change the register when you change your name.
You must also send one of the following:
- an official or certified copy of a certificate showing the name change, eg a marriage, civil partnership or gender recognition certificate
- a copy of a deed poll
- a statement of truth
- a statutory declaration - sworn before someone able to take oaths, eg a solicitor
If you send a deed poll, statement of truth or statutory declaration, and you’re not using a conveyancer, you also need to send a confirmation of identity in your former name.
Land Registry will return any official certificates you send.
Return to your original surname
To return to your original surname after a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership send Land Registry:
- an application to change the register
- a copy of your marriage or civil partnership certificate
Land Registry will let you know if they need more information.
You must tell Land Registry if a mortgage on a registered property is paid off (‘discharged’).
Usually your mortgage lender will do this for you automatically but they may send you a completed ‘cancellation of charges’ form.
Once you have this, fill in an application to ‘cancel entries relating to a charge’ and a confirmation of identity form.
Send all forms to the Citizen Centre.
Land Registry will update your details and tell you that the register has been updated.
Transfer ownership of your property if you’ve:
- sold it
- divorced or separated and want to remove an owner
- married and want to add an owner
- given the property away
Send your requests
Send completed forms to the Land Registry Citizen Centre.
PO Box 6350
If you’re sending a gender recognition certificate, write “Private and confidential” on the envelope.