These Regulations, made under sections 43(7), 56(4), 62(2), 115(1) and 116(1) of the Land Registration etc. (Scotland) Act 2012 , provide for the keeping the Land Register of Scotland (“the register”), the procedure for applications for registration, forms to be used, etc. They, among other things, provide rules to apply for, or to discharge, an advance notice under section 57(1) of the Act, provide with respect to combination of cadastral units, define the requirements for affidavits, and provide with respect to applications for registration of land including the seabed.
Amended by: Land Register of Scotland (Automated Registration) etc. Regulations 2014 (S.S.I. No. 347 of 2014). (2014-12-02)
Amended by: Land Register of Scotland (Automated Registration) etc. Regulations 2014 (S.S.I. No. 346 of 2014). (2014-12-02)
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