The Fees in the Registers of Scotland Order 1995

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Published: 1995-07-19

Statutory Instruments
1995 No. 1945 (S.142)

REGISTERS AND RECORDS, SCOTLAND
The Fees in the Registers of Scotland Order 1995

Made
19th July 1995

Coming into force
1st September 1995

The Secretary of State, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by section 25 of the Land Registers (Scotland) Act 1868(1) and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf and with the consent of the Treasury, hereby makes the following Order:

Citation and commencement

1.  This Order may be cited as the Fees in the Registers of Scotland Order 1995 and shall come into force on 1st September 1995.

Interpretation

2.  In the Schedule to this Order—

(a)“the Act” means the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979(2);

(b)“dealing” and “Certificate of Title” shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the same meaning as they have in the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980(3);

(c)in Parts I, II and III, “fixed fee” means a fee equivalent to the lowest fee specified in Table A in Part IV of the Schedule to this Order;

(d)any expression which is also used in the Act shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the same meaning as it has in the Act; and

(e)any reference to a numbered form, unless the context otherwise requires, is a reference to the form bearing that number in Schedule A to the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980(4).

Fees

3.  The fees payable in respect of the matters specified in the Schedule to this Order, being matters relating to registration or recording in the registers under the management and control of the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland and to the provision by the Keeper of searches, reports, certificates or other documents or copies of any document or of information from any such register, shall be the fees specified in relation to those matters in that Schedule.

Revocation

4.  The Fees in the Registers of Scotland Order 1991(5) is hereby revoked.

James Douglas-Hamilton
Minister of State, Scottish Office
St Andrew’s House,
Edinburgh
18th July 1995

We Consent

Derek Conway
Andrew Mackay
Two of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Treasury
19th July 1995

Article 3

SCHEDULETABLE OF FEES IN THE REGISTERS OF SCOTLAND

PART I — LAND REGISTER OF SCOTLAND

I. REGISTRATION FEES

Interests in land other than heritable securities

A.  When application is made for—

(a)registration of an unregistered interest in land in pursuance of section 2(1) of the Act;

(b)registration of the creation over a registered interest in land of a liferent or an incorporeal heritable right in pursuance of section 2(3) of the Act; or

(c)registration of any transfer of a registered interest in land (not being a heritable security) in pursuance of section 2(4) of the Act,

the fee to be charged shall be calculated as follows:—

(i)where the interest in land to which the registration relates has been created, granted or transferred for a consideration, on the amount of the consideration or the value of that interest, whichever is the greater; or

(ii)in any other case, on the value of the interest in land to which the registration relates except that, where an application is made to register an interest or interests in land excambed, a fee will be charged on the value of the interest to which the application relates,

and shall be at the rates shown in Table A in Part IV of this Schedule, subject to the provisions of Part III of this Schedule and to the following provisions:—

(aa)where the consideration consists of a yearly or periodical payment, the amount of that consideration shall be the capitalised amount of the payment, calculated at 10 years' purchase;

(bb)where a single application, not being an application to register a transfer of part of a registered interest in land, affects a number of title sheets, the fee to be charged shall be based on the amount of the consideration or the value of the interest in land created, granted or transferred, whichever is the greater, plus a fixed fee for every title sheet affected other than the first;

(cc)where an application is made to give effect to a survivorship destination only, a fixed fee will be charged;

(dd)where the application is to register the assignation of a leasehold property, a fee will be charged based on the price paid for the assignation plus ten times the annual rent;

(ee)where the application is made to register a Tree Preservation Order or a Compulsory Purchase Order, a fixed fee for each title sheet affected will be charged;

(ff)where a local authority as uninfeft proprietor of a registered interest in land applies to complete its title thereto in terms of section 3(6) of the Act, the fee charged will be £44 for the first title sheet affected and a fixed fee for every other title sheet affected.

Heritable securities

B.  When application is made for—

(a)registration of the creation over a registered interest in land of a heritable security in pursuance of section 2(3) of the Act; or

(b)registration of any other dealing with a heritable security in pursuance of section 2(4) of the Act,

the fee to be charged shall be calculated on the amount of the heritable security or securities created, or otherwise dealt with, and shall be at the rates shown in Table B in Part IV of this Schedule subject to the provisions of Part III of this Schedule and to the following provisions:—

(i)where a heritable security secures a yearly or periodical payment, the amount of the heritable security shall be the capitalised amount of the payment, calculated at 10 years' purchase;

(ii)where an application for the registration of a heritable security over a registered interest in land accompanies an application for the registration of a heritable title to the same interest in land, a fixed fee for the registration of the security will be charged;

(iii)where a discharge, a discharge and deed of restriction or a deed of restriction of a heritable security however constituted accompanies an application for the registration of a heritable title to the same interest in land, a fixed fee for the registration of each such accompanying security deed will be charged;

(iv)where a discharge and deed of restriction is registered on its own, the fee will be charged on the amount of the discharge;

(v)where a deed of restriction is registered on its own, a fixed fee will be charged;

(vi)where a variation of a heritable security is registered, a fixed fee will be charged except where the amount secured by the security is increased, in which case the fee will be charged on the amount of the increase;

(vii)where a single application affects a number of title sheets, the fee to be charged will be based on the amount of the security or securities created, or otherwise dealt with, plus a fixed fee for each title sheet affected other than the first.

2. REPORTS
When application is made—


£

Note: The fees for items (a) to (e) above include the provision of a hard copy report only. If a facsimile report or a verbal report or a duplicate hard copy report is also required an additional fee of £7 for each is payable.

(a)on Form 10 for a report prior to first registration

20.00

(b)on Form 11 for continuation of report prior to first registration

12.00

(c)on Form 12 for a report over registered subjects

20.00

(d)on Form 13 for continuation of report over registered subjects

12.00

(e)on Form 14 for a report to ascertain whether or not subjects have been registered

20.00

(f)on Form P16 for comparison of a bounding description with the Ordnance Map in conjunction with item (a) above, a combined fee of

30.00

(g)on Form P17 for comparison of the boundaries on the Certificate Plan with the Ordnance Map in conjunction with item (c) above, a combined fee of

30.00


3. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
When application is made—


£

(a)on Form 5 for noting of overriding interest etc.

22.00 for each title sheet affected

(b)on Form 8 for Certificate of Title to be made to correspond with title sheet

25.00

(c)on Form 9 for rectification of register

25.00

(d)on Form P16 for comparison of a bounding description with the Ordnance Map separately from item (a) in Part I,2 above

20.00

(e)on Form P17 for comparison of the boundaries on the Certificate Plan with the Ordnance Map separately from item (c) in Part I,2 above

20.00

(f)for checking the boundaries of adjoining properties

20.00

(g)for a substitute Certificate of Title

A fee being the full value of the work required under rule 19 of the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980, and materials involved

(h)for withdrawal of an application in terms of rule 10 or rejection of an application in terms of rule 12 of the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980—

(i)where withdrawal in terms of rule 10 occurs within 14 days from the date of acceptance of application;

22.00

(ii)where withdrawal in terms of rule 10 occurs after 14 days from date of acceptance of application;

{44.00

{ or half of the appropriate registration fee, which would have applied if the application had not been withdrawn or rejected, whichever is the greater

(iii)where the application is rejected under the provisions of rule 12


PART II — GENERAL REGISTER OF SASINES

I. RECORDING FEES

Conveyances

A.  In respect of the recording of a conveyance, including absolute conveyance, voluntary or judicial, either for a price or as a gift or in implement of trust or other purpose, completion of title by decree or by notice of title, feu-right, lease, deed creating a ground annual or other yearly or periodical payment where there is a transfer of heritable subjects not in security, and generally all deeds transferring an absolute right to heritable subjects, the fee to be charged shall be calculated as follows:—

(a)where a conveyance for a consideration is recorded, on the amount of the consideration or the value of the heritable subjects transferred or passing, whichever is the greater; or

(b)in any other case, on the value of the heritable subjects transferred or passing;

and shall be at the rates shown in Table A in Part IV of this Schedule subject to the provisions of Part III of this Schedule and to the following provisions:—

(i)where the consideration consists of a yearly or periodical payment, the amount of that consideration shall be the capitalised amount of the payment, calculated at 10 years' purchase;

(ii)where an excambion is effected by more than one deed, a fee will be charged for each deed on the value of the subjects therein, and where an excambion is effected by one deed, the fee will be calculated on the total value of the subjects therein;

(iii)where a notice of title is recorded along with another deed feuing or leasing or granting a servitude over the whole or any part of the same subjects a fixed fee will be charged on that notice of title;

(iv)where a notice of title on behalf of a local authority, completing title as statutory successor of a previous local authority, is recorded, a fee of £44 will be charged on that notice of title unless the provisions at (iii) above apply;

(v)where an assignation of a leasehold property is recorded, a fee will be charged based on the price paid for the assignation plus ten times the annual rent.

Heritable securities

B.  In respect of the recording of a heritable security, including the constitution, transfer, postponement, corroboration or extinction of a security (but excluding a ground annual created by bilateral deed), the fee to be charged shall be calculated as follows:—

(a)on the amount of the heritable security or securities created, transferred, postponed, corroborated or discharged; or

(b)where there is any combination of transfer, postponement, corroboration and discharge of a heritable security or securities, on the amount of the security or securities affected by such combination;

and shall be at the rates shown in Table B of Part IV of this Schedule subject to the provisions of Part III of this Schedule and to the following provisions:—

(i)where a heritable security secures a yearly or periodical payment, the amount of the security shall be the capitalised amount of the payment, calculated at 10 years' purchase;

(ii)where a heritable security accompanies a conveyance to the granter of the security of the subjects over which the security is constituted, a fixed fee for the recording of the security will be charged;

(iii)where a discharge and deed of restriction is recorded, the fee will be charged on the amount of the discharge;

(iv)where a deed of restriction is recorded, a fixed fee will be charged;

(v)where a variation of heritable security is recorded a fixed fee will be charged, except where the amount secured by the heritable security is increased, in which case the fee will be charged on the amount of the increase.

Recording by memorandum

C.  Where any writ is presented in the Register of Sasines for recording by memorandum, a fee equivalent to half of the fixed fee shall be charged for each memorandum.

PART III — FEES FOR REGISTRATIONS AND RECORDINGS IN BOTH THE LAND AND SASINE REGISTERS

I. RECORDING AND REGISTRATION FEES FOR SINGLE TRANSACTIONS EFFECTED BY MORE THAN ONE DEED AND/OR APPLICATION

Interests in land other than heritable securities

A.  Where a single transaction, other than an excambion, is given effect to in a deed or deeds presented for recording in the Register of Sasines and/or by an application or applications for registration in the Land Register, and due notice is given to the Keeper of the nature of that transaction, the fees to be charged in respect of that transaction shall be as follows:—

(i)where the transaction is first given effect to by a deed presented in the Register of Sasines, a fee based on the amount of the consideration, or the total value of the heritable interest created, granted or transferred, whichever is the greater, will be charged on the first deed so presented, plus a fixed fee for every related deed presented in the Register of Sasines and for every title sheet affected by a related application for registration in the Land Register; or

(ii)where the transaction is first given effect to by an application for registration in the Land Register, a fee based on the amount of the consideration, or the total value of the interest in land created, granted or transferred, whichever is the greater, will be charged in respect of the first application, plus a fixed fee for every other title sheet affected by that application and by every other related application, and for every related deed presented for recording in the Register of Sasines.

Heritable Securities

B.  Where a single transaction is given effect to in a deed or deeds presented for recording in the Register of Sasines and/or by application or applications for registration in the Land Register, and due notice of the nature of that transaction is given to the Keeper, the fees to be charged in respect of that transaction shall be as follows:—

(i)where the transaction is first given effect to by a deed presented in the Register of Sasines, a fee based on the amount of the security or securities created in total, or otherwise dealt with, will be charged on the first deed so presented, plus a fixed fee for every related deed presented in the Register of Sasines and for every title sheet affected by related application for registration in the Land Register; or

(ii)where the transaction is first given effect to by an application for registration in the Land Register, a fee based on the amount of the security or securities created in total, or otherwise dealt with, will be charged in respect of the first title sheet affected by that application plus a fixed fee for every other title sheet affected by that application and by every other related application and for every related deed presented for recording in the Register of Sasines.

Note: In this Part, “related” means giving effect to the same single transaction.

2. MISCELLANEOUS

£

1.  Registration or recording of receipts under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965(6)

0.25

2.  Registration or recording of other miscellaneous transactions and events not included under Heads A and B of Parts I and II

25.00

PART IV — TABLE OF FEES

I. TABLE A

Consideration or Value
Fee

£
£

does not exceed
10,000
22.00

” ”
15,000
33.00

” ”
20,000
44.00

” ”
25,000
55.00

” ”
30,000
66.00

” ”
35,000
77.00

” ”
40,000
88.00

” ”
45,000
99.00

” ”
50,000
110.00

” ”
55,000
121.00

” ”
60,000
132.00

” ”
65,000
143.00

” ”
70,000
154.00

” ”
75,000
165.00

” ”
80,000
176.00

” ”
85,000
187.00

” ”
90,000
198.00

” ”
95,000
209.00

” ”
100,000
220.00

” ”
105,000
231.00

” ”
110,000
242.00

” ”
115,000
253.00

” ”
120,000
264.00

” ”
125,000
275.00

” ”
130,000
286.00

” ”
135,000
297.00

” ”
140,000
308.00

” ”
145,000
319.00

” ”
150,000
330.00

” ”
155,000
341.00

” ”
160,000
352.00

” ”
165,000
363.00

” ”
170,000
374.00

” ”
175,000
385.00

” ”
180,000
396.00

” ”
185,000
407.00

” ”
190,000
418.00

” ”
195,000
429.00

” ”
200,000
440.00

” ”
300,000
500.00

” ”
400,000
550.00

” ”
500,000
600.00

” ”
600,000
650.00

” ”
700,000
700.00

” ”
800,000
800.00

” ”
1,000,000
900.00

” ”
1,500,000
1,500.00

” ”
2,000,000
2,000.00

” ”
3,000,000
3,000.00

” ”
5,000,000
5,000.00

exceeds
5,000,000
7,500.00

2. TABLE B

Amount
Fee

£
£

does not exceed
20,000
22.00

” ”
30,000
33.00

” ”
40,000
44.00

” ”
50,000
55.00

” ”
60,000
66.00

” ”
70,000
77.00

” ”
80,000
88.00

” ”
90,000
99.00

” ”
100,000
110.00

” ”
110,000
121.00

” ”
120,000
132.00

” ”
130,000
143.00

” ”
140,000
154.00

” ”
150,000
165.00

” ”
160,000
176.00

” ”
170,000
187.00

” ”
180,000
198.00

” ”
190,000
209.00

” ”
200,000
220.00

” ”
300,000
250.00

” ”
400,000
275.00

” ”
500,000
300.00

” ”
600,000
325.00

” ”
700,000
350.00

” ”
800,000
400.00

” ”
1,000,000
450.00

” ”
1,500,000
750.00

” ”
2,000,000
1,000.00

” ”
3,000,000
1,500.00

” ”
5,000,000
2,500.00

exceeds
5,000,000
3,750.00

PART V — REGISTER OF INHIBITIONS AND ADJUDICATIONS

REGISTRATION FEES
For each document—


£

(1) received before 1st September 1996

15.00

(2) received on or after 1st September 1996

20.00


PART VI — REGISTER OF DEEDS ETC., REGISTER OF PROTESTS AND REGISTER OF JUDGMENTS

REGISTRATION FEES

£

Note: The extracting and authentication of the first or only extract is included in the foregoing fees.

For a document of one page
10.00

For each additional page
1.00

PART VII — REGISTER OF SERVICE OF HEIRS

REGISTRATION FEES
For each document—


£

Note: Extracting and authentication fees are included in the registration fee.

(1) received before 1st September 1996

40.00

(2) received on or after 1st September 1996

60.00


PART VIII — REGISTER OF THE GREAT SEAL

REGISTRATION FEES

£

1.  For a charter of incorporation

170.00

2.  For a charter of novodamus or other Crown grant of land—

(1) unsealed deed

44.00

(2) sealed deed

170.00

3.  For a Commission

500.00

PART IX — REGISTER OF THE CACHET SEAL

£

For each impression
15.00

PART X — REGISTER OF THE QUARTER SEAL

REGISTRATION FEES

£

For each Gift of Ultimus Haeres
44.00

PART XI — OTHER FEES

£

1.  For each Certificate issued under the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982(7).

21.00

2.  For each Certificate of Custody when a deed is retained for permanent preservation.

10.00

PART XII — FEES APPLICABLE TO ALL REGISTERS

INSPECTION FEES

£

Note:
Any search involving 100 titles or more, may, by prior arrangement with the Keeper, and at his discretion, be charged at full value of the work and materials involved.

For postal enquiries, a fee of £25.00 is charged for the letter replying to the enquiry. In addition, a search fee of £7.00 is charged for each property searched.

1.  For searching of any search sheet affecting one property

7.00

2.  For exhibition of a title sheet

7.00

3.  For the inspection of any other index, and volume, document or process

7.00

4.  For each group of 6 names or less searched for in the Register of Inhibitions and Adjudications

7.00

5.  For searches in records arising from postal enquiries, for each letter

25.00

EXTRACTING AND COPYING FEES

£

Note: For provision of paper copies in excess of 50 pages, other than for extracts or certified copies, the Keeper may vary the fee chargeable at his discretion

1.  For each page of an official extract, certified copy, plain copy or duplicate

0.50

Note: A handling fee is not charged for orders placed at the time of registration. For the avoidance of doubt, a handling charge is applicable to the provision of official extracts, certified copies, plain copies, duplicate copies, office copies, microfiche or duplicate microfiche.

2.  For each page of an office copy within the meaning of section 6(5) of the Act (or part thereof other than the plan)

0.50

3.  For a plan (A4 size) (black and white)

2.00

For a plan (A4 size) (colour)

5.00

For a plan (larger than A4 size)

A fee being the full value of the work and materials involved

4.  For each fiche of duplicate copies of existing Sasine microfiche

2.00

5.  For the authentication of each official extract, certified copy, duplicate or office copy

4.00

6.  For the handling of second and subsequent extracts and for copies

6.00

OTHER SERVICES

1.  For a record retransmitted or transmitted to any court or exhibited therein, at the instance of a party, in accordance with the Rules of Court governing such transmission or exhibition

A fee being the full value of the work and materials involved

2.  For attendance by an officer of the Registers of Scotland Executive Agency at any court to produce a record in evidence

A fee based on the full cost (including travelling expenses)

3.  For any service not listed above

A fee being the full value of the work and materials involved.

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order)

This Order sets out new fees for services provided by the Registers of Scotland Executive Agency. The Order, which revokes the previous Fees Order of 1991, introduces certain new services and charges and increases some fees to take account of the overall financial position of the Agency, inflation and the actual costs of provision of services.
(1) The main changes are as follows:—

(a)extended bandings with appropriate fees have been introduced in relation to values exceeding £1,000,000 in both Table A and Table B fees. The bandings have been extended to reflect the general increase in property prices and the complexity of registering and recording most high value transactions with the top band now being £5,000,000 or over in place of the previous £1,000,000 or over. The maximum fees have been increased to £7,500 in place of the previous £1,000 for Table A and £3,750 in place of the previous £500 for Table B (Part IV);

(b)clarification that the fixed fee under the special concession for recording a Notice of Title along with a feu deed, lease, or deed of servitude in the General Register of Sasines will now apply when the feu deed, lease, or deed of servitude concerns only a part of the subjects in the Notice of Title (Part II,1);

(c)introduction of a formula basis of charging for recording in the General Register of Sasines/registration in the Land Register of an assignation of a leasehold property (Part I,1 and Part II,1);

(d)clarification of the fees to be charged for registration in the Land Register of a Tree Preservation Order or Compulsory Purchase Order (Part I,1);

(e)the fees for a search for Incumbrances in the General Register of Sasines have been omitted because such a search is rarely, if ever, requested; and

(f)a re-ordering of the Parts of the Schedule.
(2) Other changes and new services introduced are as follows:—

(a)the introduction of a service providing for:

(i)the completion of title in the Land Register where a local authority is an uninfeft proprietor in a registered interest in land (Part I,1); and

(ii)the recording in the General Register of Sasines of a Notice of Title on behalf of a local authority as statutory successor of a previous local authority (Part II,1);

(b)a concessionary fee of £30 has been introduced for combined applications made on Forms 10 and P16, and on Forms 12 and P17, in the Land Register (Part I,2); and

(c)the fee for Form 5 in the Land Register remains unaltered, but the fee will apply for each title sheet affected (Part I,3).
(3) A number of fees are increased to take account of the overall financial position of the Agency, inflation and the full value of the work required and materials involved. These include:

(a)fees for Form 10, 12 and 14 Reports in the Land Register have been increased from £16.50 to £20 in each case (Part I,2);

(b)fees for Form 11 and 13 Reports in the Land Register have been increased from £10 to £12 in each case (Part I, 2);

(c)the fee for provision of a facsimile report or a verbal report or a duplicate hard copy report in the Land Register has been increased from £5 to £7 (Part I,2);

(d)fees for Form 8 and 9 Reports in the Land Register have been increased from £22 to £25 in each case (Part I,3);

(e)fees for Form P16 and P17 Reports in the Land Register, when requested separately from Forms 10 and 12 respectively, have been increased from £16.50 to £20 in each case (Part I,3);

(f)the fee for checking the boundaries of adjoining properties in the Land Register has been increased from £16.50 to £20 (Part I,3);

(g)the fixed fee for the provision of a substitute Certificate of Title in the Land Register has been replaced by a fee based on the full value of the work required under rule 19 of the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980 and materials involved (Part I,3);

(h)the fixed fee for the withdrawal of an application in terms of rule 10 of the Land Registration (Scotland) Rules 1980 will continue to apply where withdrawal, in terms of rule 10, occurs within 14 days from the date of acceptance of an application. In all other cases of a withdrawal of an application in the Land Register or where the application is rejected under the provision of rule 12, the fee has been increased to £44 or half of the appropriate registration fee whichever is the greater (Part I,3);

(i)the fee for registration or recording of other miscellaneous transactions and events has been increased from £22 to £25 (Part III,2).

(j)the fees for certain inspection, copying and other services, applicable to all Registers (Part XII) have been increased as follows:—

(i)from £5 to £7 for searching of any search sheet affecting one property, the exhibition of a title sheet, inspection and searching of indexes and volumes, and for each group of 6 names or less searched for in the Register of Inhibitions and Adjudications;

(ii)from £0.30 to £0.50 for copying each page of an official extract, certified copy, plain copy, duplicate or office copy;

(iii)from £1 to £2 for a copy black and white plan;

(iv)from £3.50 to £5 for a copy coloured plan;

(v)from £1 to £2 for a copy of an existing Sasine microfiche;

(vi)from £2.50 to £4 for the authentication of each official extract, certified copy, duplicate or office copy;

(vii)from £3 to £6 for the handling of second and subsequent extracts and for copies;

(viii)from £7.50 to the full value of the work and materials involved for a record transmitted to a Court; and

(ix)from £100 to the full cost (including travelling expenses) for attendance by one of the Keeper’s staff in Court.
(4) A number of fees for registrations and services in the Chancery and Judicial Registers have been altered to take account of the full value of the work and materials involved. These include:

(a)the flat rate fee for registration in the Register of Inhibitions and Adjudications has been increased from £7 to £15 for all documents received before 1st September 1996 and to £20 for all documents received for registration on or after this date (Part V);

(b)fees for registration in the Register of Deeds etc., Register of Protests and Register of Judgments have been increased from £5 to £10 for a document of one page. The fee of 75 pence for each additional page has been increased to £1 (Part VI);

(c)the fee for registration of Decree of Service of Heirs has been increased from £22 to £40 in respect of registrations received before 1 September 1996 and to £60 for registrations received on or after this date (Part VII);

(d)the fee for a Charter of Novodamus or other Crown Grant of land has been increased from £22 to £44 for an unsealed deed and from £22 to £170 for a sealed deed; the fee for a Commission under the Great Seal has been increased from £370 to £500 (Part VIII);

(e)the fee for each impression of the Cachet Seal has been increased from £6 to £15 (Part IX);

(f)the fee for each Gift of Ultimus Haeres registered in the Register of the Quarter Seal has been increased from £22 to £44 (Part X); and

(g)the fees for certain other services have been increased as follows:

(i)from £4 to £21 for a Certificate issued under the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982; and

(ii)from £4 to £10 for a Certificate of Custody (Part XI).
A Compliance Cost Assessment has been prepared and copies have been placed in the libraries of both Houses of Parliament. Copies are also available from the Customer Services Officer, Registers of Scotland Executive Agency, Meadowbank House, 153 London Road, Edinburgh, EH8 7AU.


(1)
1868 c. 64; section 25 was substituted by section 23 of the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979 (c. 33).

(2)
1979 c. 33.

(3)
S.I. 1980/1413; amended by S.I. 1982/974 and 1995/248.

(4)
S.I. 1980/1413; Schedule A was substituted by S.I. 1995/248.

(5)
S.I. 1991/2093.

(6)
1965 c. 12.

(7)
1982 c. 27.
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