Land Registry Plans are split into different type of plans for different reasons 

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The basic difference between Land Registry Title and Lease plans is for what you wish to accomplish, Land Registry Lease Plans are primarily used when leasing or renting a building, this dictates the boundary of what the landlord and tenant are responsible for in the upcoming lease between the two parties. To accomplish this an Internal floor plan is produced showing the demise of the property and depending weather its a FRI (Full Repair and Insure) or IRI (Internal Repair and Insure). Under an FRI lease the landlord has no repairing or insuring liability. To show this a Red line is drawn around either the Internal wall or External wall dependant on type of lease. Accompanying the floor plan certain Location maps with boundaries at different scales are also shown with various other items to make it Land Registry Compliant. 
A Title Plan is produced normally to show Land and property for the Title Deeds, this type of Plan is normally asked for by your Solicitor, The purpose of the title plan is to support the property description in the register by providing a graphic representation and identifying the general extent of the land in a registered title. In addition to showing the land in a registered title, a title plan may contain other plan references which identify any parts of the land or adjoining land affected by entries in the register, such as easements, covenants or areas of land removed from the title. The title plan was previously known as the ‘filed plan’ and you may still see it described in this way. This type of plan shows the Land only at different scales with various land registry requirements to make it compliant. 


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