Data on real estate in Northern Ireland is stored in two systems: the proper land and property register and the map register. They are independent of other registers of Great Britain. Both systems are under the jurisdiction of the Finance Department of Northern Ireland, its land and property service.
Each record in the register has its own unique number. The register contains both information about land plots and about buildings.
Activities of the register are regulated by the 1891 registration act, 1970 land registration act, 1970 file registration act, 1992 registration procedure, 1994 registration rules, and other regulatory acts.
Search may be carried out by the address or location of an object.
The register stores information:
- about address and location of an object
- about an owner
- about parameters of an object
- about rights and levies
- about mortgages and encumbrances
The following extracts may be obtained from registers:
- non-certified copy of a record
- certified copy of a record
- non-certified copy of a map
- certified copy of a map without specifying rights
- certified copy of a map specifying rights
Registers are public, however access to them is only possible for a fee.
- full address
- title number
Extracts from the land register of Northern Ireland may be used for:
- confirmation of title to real estate
- receipt of information about the real estate
- debt collection
- analysis of prices for real estate
- other commercial and analytical purposes
* some data may be unavailable for certain items, or may be provided for a fee.
Time and possibility for obtaining information from registers of Northern Ireland shall be specified individually.
Extracts from the Trade Register Register are provided subject to the laws of the United Kingdom and to the Law on personal data protection.
Moreover, you can order certified translation.
The requests shall be processed within one business day. Courier delivery of the apostilled extract shall be paid additionally according to the courier tariff rates.
Northern Ireland joined the Hague Convention on simplified legalization of documents on August 21, 1964. On January 24, 1965 the Convention came into force.
Thus, documents issued in Northern Ireland are subject to legalization based on the apostilling procedure, after certified translation such documents acquire full legal force on the territory of all other Hague Convention Member States.
As a rule of thumb, apostillation of extracts takes about two weeks.
|Service||Price incl. German VAT 19%||Price excl. VAT|
|Price for an electronic Extract from the land register of Northern Ireland||from 59,50 €||from 50,00 €||Price for the translation of an electronic Extract||from 41,65 €||from 35,00 €|
|Price for an Extract from the land register of Northern Ireland with apostille||from 214,20 €||from 180,00 €|