HM Land Registry
Find a property and get its title plan, title register, who owns it and see if it's at risk of flooding
Sorting out a deceased person's affairs - get a grant of representation, become an executor, distribute an estate, and find out what to do if there's no will.
Find out how much a property sold for in England or Wales
About your property boundaries, working out your boundary lines, boundaries and neighbour disputes, agreeing who's responsible for walls and fences
Application form AP1: change the register for a property and keep the record up to date, with video guidance and checklist.
How to search for information about property and land in England and Wales - find out who owns it, how much was paid for it, how to get a copy of the deeds and how to check the property boundaries
How to apply for bankruptcy: how long it lasts, bankruptcy restrictions, what happens to your home and assets when you're bankrupt
Form TR1 to transfer a property, with video guidance.
Check if you're a joint tenant or tenants in common.
Application form OC2 for official copies of documents.
Application form ID1 to prove your identity when lodging an application to HM Land Registry.
How to update the property records and transfer a registered property when someone dies using forms DJP, AS1 and AP1
Registering land or property in England - first time registration, transfer of ownership, changing your details on the register, where to register in Scotland or Northern Ireland
Check maps to find out the proposed routes of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail network - Phase 1, Phase 2a and 2b
Application form OC1 for official copies of register/plan or certificate in Form CI.
Application form DJP: remove the name of a joint proprietor from the register, after a death.
Application form FR1 and checklist for first registration.
Find out property price trends in the UK from the house price index
Form TP1 to transfer part of a registered title.
Protect your right to live in a registered or unregistered property owned by your spouse or civil partner during a divorce or separation - getting home rights, after a continuation order
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