Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

In her new role as Keeper of the Registers of Scotland, Jennifer Henderson now acts as the official face of RoS. This involves a number of responsibilities, and as discussed in our recent blog, several are related to our Chancery and Judicial Registers (CAJR). Jennifer makes her mark This week, Jennifer completed a major step in officially taking on the roles and responsibilities of the … Continue reading Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

Message from the Keeper: December 2017

2017 has been a remarkable year for Registers of Scotland. We’ve delivered new products and services, celebrated major milestones, and continued to provide a proficient and professional land registration service for the people of Scotland. Here are just a few of the highlights. Celebrating 400 years One of the defining themes of the year has been commemorating the history of land registration in Scotland. In … Continue reading Message from the Keeper: December 2017

Message from the Keeper – February 2017

Two months in and 2017 continues to be an exciting and busy time at Registers of Scotland. From business developments and a new working space in Glasgow to industry news and consultation roadshows across the country, there’s a lot to report. Here’s a summary of what’s been happening at RoS. It’s been a big month for our ongoing digital transformation. Late last year, we began … Continue reading Message from the Keeper – February 2017

#RoS400 – one year to go!

Blog by Sheenagh Adams, Keeper of the Registers of Scotland.

A year today, we will be celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Sasine Register. Four hundred years of recording and safeguarding the rights of property owners in Scotland is a remarkable achievement. As someone with a history degree, I do like to think about what things were like in the past and how things have changed.

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#TheKeeper – Developing the next generation

Blog by Sheenagh Adams, Keeper of the Registers of Scotland. I heard great news this week that made me really proud to be part of RoS. A student who spent some time with us on work experience in our legal services team, working on the land registration bill before going to do a law degree, got first class honours. One of her finals papers was on … Continue reading #TheKeeper – Developing the next generation