Landownership Scotland is a confidential service that carries out professional searches of Scottish property records, here you can check out more info on the service.
National Records of Scotland - the repository of all Scotland's public and legal records. This web site provides information on the range of records held and the history of the records. There is also an online search facility.
ScotlandsPlaces - this is a fairly new site that brings together information on places in Scotland from several different sources.
Registers of Scotland - general information on the services provided by the Registers. If you wish to know the price paid for all properties sold in a particular postcode (like EH10 7) in the last six months, this information can be found on-line from here.
National Library of Scotlandís Map Library - there are digitised versions of some very old maps and you can while away the time seeing how your area used to look in days gone by. Some of the old maps are beautiful works of art.
Ordnance Survey - this site provides free maps as well as the location of your nearest options outlet to buy a site-centred scale plan.
Law Society of Scotland - the official site of the governing body for Scottish solicitors. You can find contacts for all solicitors in Scotland on this web site, as well as other useful legal information.
Companies House - can be useful to find information on any company registered in the United Kingdom.
Who Owns Scotland - a not-for-profit site planning to eventually map 75% of the privately-owned rural land in Scotland. For reasons explained on the website, you now have to subscribe to view information on this site.
Gattaway Bed and Breakfast - a Georgian country house in Abernethy in Perthshire where you will find a warm welcome in a beautiful part of Scotland.
If you have any queries regarding land ownership in Scotland, please call us on 0131 623 5138, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org