Last updated: 17 Dec 2015
- Consulting body:
- Register of Scotland
- Period of consultation:
- Runs from 5 October 2015 to 8 January 2016
- CML action:
- Response submitted
Keeper-induced registration (KIR) is a new power, introduced through the Land Registration etc. (Scotland) 2012 Act, which allows the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland (RoS) to add titles onto the land register without an application from the owner.
The means by which KIR could be used to help achieve RoS’ objective of completing the land register has now been published in a consultation report.