Terms and conditions
Business e-services - Terms and conditions
- Conditions of use - the terms, conditions and obligations which have to be accepted by customers using information services, the electronic Document Registration Service and lender services provided through Portal and Business Gateway which govern how customers use the system.
- Business Gateway Connection Terms and Conditions for Cloud Providers - the terms, conditions and obligations which have to be accepted by cloud/hosted case management software suppliers making a connection to the Business Gateway.
- Business Gateway Application Form for Cloud Providers - application form to be used by cloud case management software suppliers who are signing-up to the Business Gateway Connection Terms and Conditions for Cloud Providers.
- Business Gateway Application Form - to be used by customers who wish to access the live Business Gateway service [request a SSL certificate for live].
- Portal guidance notes - for information on how to apply for Land Registry business e-services (information services, lender services, network services).
- Full Network Access Agreement - the agreement that gives business customers authority to have access to network services.
- Land Registry (Network Access) Rules 2008 (pdf) - as referred to in the Network Access Agreement.
- Code of Practice - Land Registry's practice for making change to the Network Access Agreement and Technical Manual.
- Technical Manual - part of the Network Access Agreement. It is about the technical requirements and obligations.
- Deputy responsible person details - form AFS5a - to be used by a responsible person to request deputy responsible person accounts.
- Additional administrator details - form AFS4a - to be used by a responsible person or deputy responsible person to request additional administrator accounts.
- Change responsible person - form AFS6 - to be used when changing the responsible person for your organisation.
- Portal memorandum of understanding - lender only - to be signed by Lenders to enable them to prepare and lodge electronic discharges (eDS1s) directly with Land Registry.
- Change of organisation name in Land Registry business e-Services portal – guidance document.
- Schedule 2 notices - notices under rule 14 and Schedule 2 of the Land Registration Rules 2003 (publicising arrangements for electronic delivery of applications).
- Schedule 3 notices - notices under rule 20 and Schedule 3 of the Land Charges Rules 1974 (publicising arrangements for electronic delivery of applications).
- Copyright - information relating to data which is our intellectual property and Crown copyright and link to our copyright policy.
- Disclaimer/liability - disclaimer policy which applies to information obtained or provided from our website.
- Accessibility statement - describes our policy in providing web content and services that are accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of ability or technology
- Browser support policy - describes operating systems and internet browser versions supported by Land Registry websites
- Privacy statement - explains the types of information we gather, how we use the information and what we do.
- Cookies statement
- Twitter and LinkedIn policies - how we make use of Twitter and LinkedIn and the limitations of that use.
- Commercial service providers - explaining the re-use of our statutory information
Add Value Services and products
- Standard terms and conditions for Add Value services and products. (PDF)
The Land Registration Network Access Rules 2008 (SI 1748) and The Land Registration (Electronic Conveyancing) Rules 2008 (SI 1750) are published by The Stationery Office. They are available online at www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi and from bookshops of The Stationery Office Ltd.
- PKI Disclosure Statement - summarises the key points of the Certificate Policy for the benefit of Subscribers, Subjects and Relying Parties.
- Certificate Policy - specifies policy requirements relating to Land Registry Certification Authority. It defines policy requirements on the operation and management of its Certification Authority issuing Certificates such that Subjects certified by the Certification Authority and Relying Parties may have confidence in the reliability of the Certificate.
- Certification Statement - is a guide to the way in which Land Registry will operate as a Certificate Authority.
Variable Direct Debit scheme
Paying for Land Registry services (excluding the portal) by variable direct debit. (PDF)