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What does this mean in teh land registry

307 Queens Road,

Aberdeen,

Aberdeen,

AB15 8DS £611,000 - Residential

Application No: 04ABN15421

Title No: ABN74129

Application Type: FR

Deed Codes: 11 Application Date

30-Jul-2004

Map (AB15 8DS)

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307 Queens Road,

Aberdeen,

Aberdeen,

AB15 8DS £851,875 - Residential

Application No: 04ABN15422

Title No: ABN74129

Application Type: DW

Deed Codes: 11 Application Date

30-Jul-2004

Map (AB15 8DS)

Full Details

Appears to be the same address but 2 completely different figures - how is this possible??

£611,000 and £851,875

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Appears to be the same address but 2 completely different figures - how is this possible??

£611,000 and £851,875

There are obviously two different applications. Of different type.

The application type is an internal Registers of Scotland field that simply defines whether the property was previously listed on the register as opposed to the Register of Sasines which was the older method.

The application types are:

FR (First Registration) - The first registration on the Land Register, probably previously registered on the Sasines. The property is mapped at this stage.

DW (Dealing with Whole) - The property transferred is already on the Land Register and all of what is registered is being transferred.

DA (Dealing Attached) - The same as DW but several are done in a batch.

TP (Transfer of Part) - The property is already on the Land Register but only part of it is being transferred. For example a developer buys a building which is registered. The developer then sells one flat - this is a TP. In future it would become DW - unless you were only selling half the flat!

The application type of itself means very little and is no cause for concern.

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