The merger of Land Registry Department and Survey Department
Registered Land Rules of 1972 (CAP.229)
Intestate Estates Act (CAP.34)
Judgments Act (CAP.35)
Non-Belongers Land Holding Regulation Act (CAP.122)
Condominium Ordinance (CAP.219)
Conveyancing and Law of Property Ordinance (CAP.220)
Land Acquisition Ordinance (CAP.222)
Land Adjudication Ordinance (CAP.223)
Trustee Ordinance (CAP.303)
Commissioners for Oaths & Notaries Public Act (CAP.12)
- Your application was not submitted in triplicate.
- Your application involved more than one parcel and the copies submitted were not sufficient for you to receive a copy. A copy will be retained for each parcel.
- Applications must be submitted in triplicate. However, extra copies are not processed unless needed for applications involving more than one parcel.
- Amendment of Charges
- Judgment Charges
- Powers of Attorney
- Powers of Sale
- Restrictive Agreements
- Surrender of Lease
- Variation of Charges
- Make sure boundary marks are in accordance with a registered survey plan.
- Maintain in good order any features that demarcate your property especially if the property is adjoining
- Registration section
- Block and Parcel number
- History of proprietorship
- Type of proprietorship
- Acreage of land
- Whether the land is crown land
- Whether the land was mutated
- Whether the land is provisional
- Easements, Right of Ways, Covenants
- Cautions, Restrictions, Leases
- Charges, Discharges, Restrictive Agreements
The registration section, block number and parcel number of the property of interest.
Yes. Section 150 of the RLO states:
“Any person who under this Ordinance submits a caution or any instrument for registration, or is the proprietor of any land, lease or charge, shall furnish to the Registrar in writing a postal address within the Virgin Islands for service and shall notify him in writing of any change in address.”