Land Registry Registration Fees

12/06/2018
The Land Registry charges Registration Fees when making changes to the title documents held at the Land Registry in England and Wales. Transactions fall into one of two fee scales and the what your transaction is refletcs which of the two bands you are in:

Transactions that fall under Scale One


  • First registrations
  • Transfer of registered land for monetary consideration for example a sale and purchase
  • Lease and surrenders
  • Large scale applications


Transactions that fall under Scale Two


  • Transfers or assents of registered estates not for monetary consideration
  • Transfers of registered charges
  • Charges of registered estates
  • Other applications affecting registered estates
  • Surrenders of leases not for monetary consideration
  • Large scale application


When do you pay Land Registry fees?

Land Registration fees are payable on application when the appropriate form is sent to the Land Registry.

Fixed Fee, No Sale No Fee with a 5 out of 5 rating

 

Scale One Fees

Value of property sold (£) Fee - Electronic Fee - Postal
0 - £80,000

£20 £40
£80,001 - £100,000

£40 £80
£100,001 - £200,000

£95 £190
£200,001 - £500,000

£135 £270
£500,001 - £1,000,000

£270 £540
£1,000,001 and over

£455 £910

Scale Two Fees

Value of property sold (£) Fee - Electronic Fee - Postal
0 - £100,000

£20 £40
£100,001 - £200,000

£30 £60
£200,001 - £500,000

£40 £80
£500,001 - £1,000,000

£60 £120
£1,000,001 and over

£125 £250




What is the Land Registry?

The Land Registry is a non-ministerial Government body whose function is to:
  • Provide a reliable record of information about ownership of and interests affecting land;
  • Provide owners with a land title that is underpinned by the state; and 
  • Simplify the transfer of land.

Individuals and organisations in England & Wales who become landowners or own interest in land must legally apply to the Land Registry to:
  • Register unregistered land ("First Registration");
  • Register a new owner of a registered property following a sale with details of any mortgages or leases affecting the property;
  • Register an interest affecting registered land, such as a mortgage, a lease or a right of way.

The Land Registry records many items of data and its website can be searched for example for current house prices and price movements at the national, regional and even local level.

If you have any questions about Land Registry registration fees or further guidance about more in-depth Land Registry matters, call 0333 344 3234 or email help@samconveyancing.co.uk.

*Fixed Fee – No Sale No Fee – On all Mortgage Lender Panels

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