Registers of Scotland

Registers of Scotland

We are the government department responsible for public registers of land, property and other legal documents. Our organisation has its roots in seventeenth century Edinburgh when the General Register of Sasines, the world’s oldest national land register, began to record ownership officially for the first time. We now look after 20 public registers, among them the Land Register of Scotland, the Crofting Register, the Scottish Landlord Register and the Register of Community Interests in Land.

CPD Courses & Workshops

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Back to Basics: Plans

Registers of Scotland

This webinar aims to take the audience back to basics of plan requirements; covering guidance and re...
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Back to Basics: Digital Submissions

Registers of Scotland

This webinar aims to take the audience back to basics of digital submissions; covering of the princi...
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How to avoid Rejections

Registers of Scotland

During this webinar; the audience will learn more about Rejections and how to avoid them. Including...
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A beginner’s guide to ScotLIS

Registers of Scotland

During this webinar; we’ll take the audience through the key features of the ScotLIS service includi...
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An Introduction to Post-Registration Enquiries and...

Registers of Scotland

This webinar gives examples of inaccuracies that come up in the register and includes learning about...
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Interpreting Plans Reports

Registers of Scotland

During this webinar; the reports team will look into parts 2; 3 and 4 of the Plans Report; including...
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ScotLIS Sasines

Registers of Scotland

This webinar will give Registers of Scotland customers an overview of the features available on Scot...
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Registers of Scotland
Registers of Scotland Meadowbank House, 153 London Road Edinburgh EH8 7AU United Kingdom
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CPD Subsectors

Local Authority
Property Management
Legal Services
Broadcasting & Publishing
National Government