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LAND REGISTRY MAP HOUSE/SITE/APARTMENT

A Land registry compliant map is a detailed map used for Land Registration purposes. This is a detailed large scale map which meets the specific requirements of the Property Registration Authority of Ireland.

 

As part of any sale of land, or subdivision of a property, your solicitor will specify that you require an original Land Registry Compliant legal mapping.

You can click here to check if your property has been previously registered with The Land Registry  - click the 'Proceed as Guest' button on the following landing page and search your property address through the interactive map.

 

If your site or property is not outlined in red or green this will mean that it is currently unregistered and you will require a Land Registry Compliant Map for First Property Registration.

When a property or part of a property requires a new title, the boundary and plot require lodgement and approval by the Land Registry. Properties that have not been previously registered go through a process called First Property Registration.

Land Registry Map – For Detached, Semi-Detached, and Terrace Properties:

 

For these property types, you will require a Land Registry Compliant Map which is certified by your architect. This certified map will indicate the boundaries and the area of your site.


Land Registry Map – For Apartments

 

For these property types, you will require a Land Registry Compliant Map which is certified by your architect along with a plan of the apartment which is also certified by your architect. This certified map and plan will indicate the boundaries and the area of your site. There is significantly more work in producing this type of first registration map and it will involve a survey of your apartment.

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