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Keeper-Induced Registration (KIR) Consultation

Keeper-Induced Registration (KIR) Consultation

Friday, October 2, 2015

ISBN: outsidelinkROS005

This is the consultation page allowing consultees to read the consultation and record their responses in the online survey and submit electronically to Registers of Scotland.

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Executive Summary

Keeper-Induced Registration (KIR) is a new power, introduced through the 2012 Act, which allows the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland to add titles onto the land register without an application from the owner.

The means by which KIR could be used to help achieve Registers of Scotland's (R0S) objective of completing the land register has now been published as a consultation report.