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The Land Registration Fee Order 2012

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PART 2SERVICES – INSPECTION AND COPYING

NOTE: In this Part “lease” means a lease or a copy of a lease.

(1) Inspection, from a remote terminal:

(a)

for each individual register ...…………………………………………………...

£3
(b)

for each title plan ………………………………………………………………..

£3
(c)

for any or all of the documents (other than leases) referred to in an individual register – for each registered title ……………………………………………….

£5

(d)

for each lease kept by the registrar which is referred to in an individual register or which relates to an application to the registrar…….…………………………

£11
(e)

for the individual register and title plan of a commonhold common parts title – for each registered title…………………………………………………………..

£3
(f)

for each individual caution register …………………………………………….

£3
(g)

for each caution plan ……………………………………………………………

£3
(h)

for any other document kept by the registrar which relates to an application to the registrar - for each document …………………..…………………………

£5

(2) Inspection (otherwise than under paragraph (1)):

(a)

for each individual register ……………………………………………………

£7
(b)

for each title plan ………………………………………………………………

£7
(c)

for any or all of the documents (other than leases) referred to in an individual register – for each registered title ……………………………………………….

£11
(d)

for each lease kept by the registrar which is referred to in an individual register or which relates to an application to the registrar…..…………………………

£23
(e)

for the individual register and title plan of a commonhold common parts title – for each registered title…………………………………………………………..

£7
(f)

for each individual caution register ……………………………………………..

£7
(g)

for each caution plan ……………………………………………………………

£7
(h)

for any other document kept by the registrar which relates to an application to the registrar – for each document ………………………………………………

£11

(3) Official copy in respect of a registered title:

(a)

for each individual register

(i)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal …………………………………………………………………….

£3
(ii)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means..

£7
(b)

for each title plan

(i)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal……………………………………………………………………..

£3
(ii)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means..

£7
(c)

for each commonhold common parts individual register and title plan

(i)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal……………………………………………………………………..

£3
(ii)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means..

£7

(4) Official copy in respect of the cautions register

(a)

for each individual caution register

(i)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal……………………………………………………………………..

£3
(ii)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means..

£7
(b)

for each caution plan

(i)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal……………………………………………………………………..

£3
(ii)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means..

£7

(5) Official copy of any or all of the documents (other than a lease) referred to in an individual register – for each registered title

(a)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal...

£5
(b)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means ……

£11

(6) Official copy of a lease kept by the registrar which is referred to in an individual register or which relates to an application to the registrar – for each lease

(a)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal and a copy of the lease is held in electronic form by the registrar………………

£11
(b)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal and a copy of the lease is not held in electronic form by the registrar……..……

£23
(c)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means…….

£23

(7) Official copy of any other document kept by the registrar which relates to an application to the registrar – for each document

(a)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal and a copy of the document is held in electronic form by the registrar…………

£5
(b)

where an official copy in electronic form is requested from a remote terminal and a copy of the document is not held in electronic form by the registrar……..

£11
(c)

where an official copy in paper form is requested by any permitted means ……

£11

(8) Copy of an historical edition

(a)of an individual register of a registered title, where a copy is requested from a remote terminal – for each title…………………………………………………

£5
(b)

of a registered title or part of the edition of a registered title, where a copy is requested by any other permitted means – for each title ………………………..

£9

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