Common questions

What is a pn1 search?

What is a pn1 search?

Details. Use this form to search against a specific name to see if there are any properties owned by or mortgaged to a person or company of that name.

How do I find out who owns a property UK?

How Do I Find Out Who Owns a Property? Head to GOV.UK and conduct a title deeds search. HM Land Registry holds records on most property or land sold in England or Wales since 1993. These records include details of the title register, title plan, title summary and flood risk indicator.

How do I contact Land Registry by phone?

Get information from HM Land Registry

  1. call 0300 006 0411.
  2. select option 2 for information.
  3. select option 1.

Does it cost to search the Land Registry?

An official Local Land Charges search of the register: Fee: £42.00 VAT exempt. Additional charges may be required if more properties are involved.

How long does a PN1 form take to process?

It can take up to 20 working days to process your original identity evidence. If you require the use of your original identification documents within 20 working days of us receiving it, please submit your document to us after you have used it. Who should complete the application form?

How can I find out who owns a property for free UK?

The easiest way on how to find out who owns a property by address for free is by going to the property registry office of the state where the property is registered. The property registries are the best resource on how to find out who owns a property by address for free.

How long before sold prices appear on Land Registry?

‘We’re aware Land Registry still need some time before they’re fully caught up with all sold prices, and as soon as we receive further updates we will add them to the site. It’s also worth noting that usually it can take around three to six months from the time a property is sold until the sold price data is available.

How long does it take for Land Registry to update?

The Land Registry advise that processing times for updating the register (adding a mortgage or changing ownership) take about 4 to 6 weeks, and creating a new register (transfer of part or new lease) take about 6 to 9 months.

What does a land charges search reveal?

Local land charges searches are normally required in the property-buying process. The local land charges search will reveal whether a property is subject to a charge if that charge has been registered. The property will be subject to it regardless of whether it is registered or not.

What evidence do I need to send off for student finance?

Your parents and partner can simply provide their income and National Insurance Number. Later in the process, you might be asked to provide evidence like payslips or P60s to prove your parents’ or partner’s income. You should send photocopies of these documents: if you send the originals, you won’t get them back.

Where can I get a land registry key number?

A key number is only available to professional customers, such as solicitors. If you are paying by direct debit, this will be the account charged. 3 This application is sent to Land Registry by Key number (if applicable): Name: Address or UK DX box number: Email address: Reference: Phone no: Fax no: \\f

Where do I send the PN1 form to?

Send the completed form with the correct fee to the address shown on the form. We added a guidance note about our personal information charter, which explains how we process customer data. We also added a guidance note to explain that only professional customers will have a key number.

What do I need to know about the HM Land Registry?

Fees for our services, for example fees for searches and requests for official copies. Fees vary depending on how you submit your applications to us. For reduced fees, sign up to our Business e-services (the portal and Business Gateway).

How to pay land registry fees in the UK?

Fees debited £ 1 Application and fee Application Fee paid (£) To find out more about our fees visit Search in the index of proprietors’ names Fee payment method Place ‘X’ in the appropriate box.