The Land Registration Rules and the Registration of Deeds Rules prescribe forms of application for the registration of documents relating to land transactions. Forms for use in the making of applications for registration to the Property Registration Authority may be downloaded from this web site. However, the Property Registration Authority is not an advisory body and cannot express a view on any question of law or fact, unless the question arises in the course of processing an application for registration and is directly relevant to the Authority’s decision making on that particular application.
Where Forms are available in fillable pdf format, using interactive features, there is no warranty that such Forms will be accepted for registration in any particular case. Similarly, where Word versions of Forms are available, there is no warranty that Forms purported to be completed will be accepted for registration in any particular case. The correctness and completeness of such forms should not be relied upon without further independent confirmation. Personal applicants may not rely on the legal information on our website as an alternative to obtaining legal advice from a solicitor.
Dealings with land can be legally complex and it is generally recommended that you seek advice from a solicitor. Persons should never delay seeking legal advice, disregard legal advice, or commence or discontinue any legal action because of information on our website.
Neither the Property Registration Authority nor the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government shall be liable to you or any third party for any loss or damage, direct or indirect arising from any inaccuracy or incompleteness, errors or omissions in the template Forms or any other information obtained by you through this website or from any decision made or action taken by you or any third party in reliance upon same.
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