What type of information does the council refer to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland?
Which department and officer is in charge of referring this information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland?
What are the reason(s) for the council to send this information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland?
When there is a public health funeral, does the council pass details/information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland?
How does the council refer information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland? Through what method? What is the process/method and forms involved in sending information?
With regards to the person who sends information to the Land Registry of the Registers of Scotland, what is the name of the person, the department he or she works in, email address and the address?
If the information is not sent over to the the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland, then to whom is this information passed to?
From January 2013, has the council dealt with public health funerals?
For each funeral the council has been responsible for:
Are family members aware of the death?
If the family members are aware of the death, then why is the council taking on this responsibility?
What did it/will it cost the council for the funeral to take place?
When will the funeral take place?
Has the council submitted information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland? On what date?
If the council has not submitted information to the Land Registry or the Registers of Scotland, then to whom has this information been passed on to? On what date?
What is the name of the deceased?
Date of birth
Date of death
Last known residential address
Provide any other information the council holds regarding the death.
The Council applies to register numerous types of information at HM land Registry, including registering all types of land transactions, charges over land, charging orders, leases and grants of easement/deeds of rectifcation. Furthermore, the Council seeks a variety of information services that HM Land Registry offer, including requests for office copy entries, official searches with/without priority, searches of the Index Map, submitting DS1/DS2s, applications to register restrictions/notices and Land Charges searches. This list is not exhaustive.
There are various departments and many officers involved in these processes, including the legal department, the housing department, the planning department and the revenue and benefits department. The Council utilises the HMLR Portal and there are numerous officers who supervise the use of its staff using the portal, namely Laurie Gibbins in Legal Services, Mandy Major in Revenue and Benefits, Carol Vint in Planning and Linda Philips in Housing.
The Council submits a variety of information to HMLR when it is legally required to do so, or if it desires to register its interest in/over land on the HM Land Registry data bases.
In relation to your request pertaining to public health funerals, Jennifer Logue is the responsible officer for that service area, which falls within Countryside Department. She responds to your request for information in relation to public health funerals as follows: