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Have you been asked for an ID1 or ID5 verification? We can help
The Land Registry Verify Identity ID Form is used by the Land Registry to satisfy itself of the identity of any party to a conveyancing-related transaction or transfer of equity (whether for money or not) or change of registration or charge. We can assist you with ID verification.
Examples of when an ID1 form might be needed include –
- The purchase or sale of a property or parcel of land
- The transfer, surrender, or grant of a lease
- Compulsory first registration
- Mortgage registration
- Discharge of mortgage
When you attend the appointment, you need to take the form, one recent passport-sized colour photograph and one of the following:
- Current valid passport
- Current photo driving licence
- Current Biometric Residence Permit
Or, you can take two of the following:
- Bank statement not less than three months old (which must be a postal statement, not an electronic statement)
- Council tax bill for the year
- Council rent book, showing payments for the past three months
- Mortgage statement for the mortgage accounting year just ended (which must be a postal statement, not an electronic statement)
Simple fixed fee
ID1 Verification = £60 plus Vat
ID2 Verification = £140 plus Vat
ID5 Verification = £80 plus Vat
Our verification process ensures correct evidence of identity is produced and personal details are accurate to prevent any kind of identity fraud or incorrect submission to land registry. Employing Crystal Law to carry out our verification service on your behalf means no unnecessary delays.
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