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Fees for common applications, for example Scale 1 and Scale 2 transactions, charges of registered land, leases, large scale and fixed fee applications.
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Where to send land registration applications and correspondence.
Fees for our services, for example fees for searches and requests for official copies.
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How to apply for a notice or restriction to protect a third-party interest in an estate (practice guide 19).
Advice on the execution of deeds that are to be submitted to HM Land Registry (practice guide 8).
Access historical information about properties and people recorded in the 1862 Act Register.
How we are delivering our services during the coronavirus outbreak.
Guidance for completing forms ID1: Certificate of identity for a private individual, and ID2: Certificate of identity for a body corporate.
How Business e-services customers can request official copies of a register, title plan and/or documents.
The guide provides information about temporary changes to HM Land Registry's evidence of identity requirements because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak (practice guide 67A).
Business e-services customers can use MapSearch to find out if a property is registered, view its location and obtain its title number and details of tenure.
How Business e-services customers can check their current applications to HM Land Registry through the portal.
Information about Price Paid Data and how you can get it.
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Sign up to HM Land Registry's free Property Alert service to help protect your property from fraud.
Ask HM Land Registry to fast track your application.
Forms AP1, FR1 and DS2: guidance on when evidence of identity must be lodged in support of an application for registration.
Guidance for conveyancers on how to register unregistered estates in land for the first time (practice guide 1).
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