TR1 – Transfer of Whole

Transfer of Whole of Registered Title on Form TR1

PROP.MAN.115

This Transfer of Whole of Registered Title on Form TR1 is the official Land Registry form used to transfer land from seller to buyer. It should be used where the seller is transferring the whole of the land comprised in a registered title. If only part of the land is being transferred, the Transfer of Part (Form TP1) should be used instead.

In panel 1, enter the title number(s) of the property – this information will appear on the official copies of the registered title.

In panel 2, enter the property address.

In panel 3, enter the date on which the sale takes place. The date should not be entered until the parties have all signed in panel 12.

In panel 4, enter the seller’s name and (if applicable) company number.

In panel 5, enter the buyer’s name and (if applicable) company number.

In panel 6, enter the buyer’s address(es) for service. Up to three addresses can be given, one of which must be a postal address. An email address could be given as an alternative service address.

Panel 7 can be left as it is.

In panel 8, check whichever box applies and enter the details in the blank space if appropriate.

In panel 9, check whichever box applies.

Panel 10 can be left blank unless the buyer is more than one person (e.g. two individuals or two companies as joint owners).

In panel 11 add any additional provisions that have been agreed between the parties, for example covenants and easements.

In panel 12, insert appropriate execution clauses, depending on whether the parties are individuals, companies, etc.

When the sale has been completed (by signing and dating Form TR1), an application must be made to the Land Registry to register the transfer. See Form AP1 Application to Register Transfer of Land.

This Transfer of Whole of Registered Title on Form TR1 is in open format. Simply enter the relevant details in the blank spaces and check the boxes where appropriate. The remainder of the form (including the notes) should not be altered as it is in the Land Registry’s standard format.

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