Lot Number(s)


Short Description:

A unique no. allocated to a piece of land for identification, which is commonly adopted by the Land Registry and the Lands Department.


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FAQ:

Q1: Can the lot description of 'Taxlord Lot No.XXX' be stated in the Lot No. box as 'Lot No. XXX' ?
A: No. You should state 'Taxlord Lot No.XXX'.

Q2: How should I complete the Lot No. and Address boxes if the instrument affects more than one property?
A: Please state all the lot descriptions of the premises affected in the Lot No. box clearly and preferably in sequence and be numbered corresponding to the information stated in the address box.

Q3: For Deed Poll relating to carving out of lot, is it necessary to state the whole lot ('parent lot') in the Lot No. box?
A: It is not required to include the whole lot ('parent lot') in the Lot No. box.

Q4: For Deed of Grant of Right of Way, how should I complete the Lot No. box?
A: You should state the lot no. of both the Grantor's and the Grantee's properties.

Q5: Will Land Registry accept registration of an instrument (such as Tenancy Agreement, Provisional Agreement for Sale and Purchase, etc.) without stating therein the lot number where the premises affected is situated?
A: If the premises affected are clearly identified without stating the lot numbers in the instrument, the same will be acceptable for registration. However, the lot numbers must be stated in the memorial no matter if the instrument itself contains information on the lot(s).

Q6: Will Land Registry accept registration of an instrument in which the lot description defined therein bears an additional part, such as "including any further extension(s) thereto (if any)", that is not shown in land records?
A: Registration of instrument would only be accepted provided that the lot description(s) in both instrument and memorial tally with that stated in land records.