Registration of land brings:
- Certainty as to boundaries;
- Certainty as to the rights (and obligations) attached to land;
- Certainty of ownership;
- Protection of properly acquired informal rights; and
- Protection of sporting and mineral rights.
Taking control of the registration process through voluntary registration ensures that owners have input and oversight over the form of application as presented to the Land Register.
Our competitive pricing structures allow us to be clear on the costs that you will incur throughout the stages of the voluntary registration process. Our team has extensive experience in the registration of both public and private land including the registration of, smallholdings, farms, crofts, large landed estates, high profile public buildings, salmon fishing rights and foreshore claims
Morton Fraser's highly experienced rural property voluntary land registration team is headed by James Rust (described in Legal 500 as "excellent" and Chambers as "outstanding"). James is a well regarded and experienced partner specialising in agricultural and rural property work and is an accredited specialist in Agricultural Law.
James is supported by Linsey Barclay-Smith, Partner (described in Legal 500 as "determined and imaginative"), who has considerable experience advising on a broad range of rural property matters and is also an accredited specialist in Agricultural Law.
If you wish to discuss voluntary land registration further, in to the context of a particular property or more generally, please contact either James at email@example.com or Linsey at firstname.lastname@example.org, download our guide or our procedure document.