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If you are in the fortunate position to have paid off your mortgage on your Scottish property your mortgage lender will require you to instruct your solicitor to carry out a mortgage discharge of the standard security registered in the Land Register of Scotland.

The lender may recommend leaving a small balance outstanding on your mortgage so that they retain your deeds in storage. Our solicitors based in Glasgow can help you with your mortgage discharge.

Mortgage Discharge/Redemption in Scotland

Most of our clients who have been in a position to fully redeem their mortgage on their property in Scotland have done so and instructed us to complete the discharge.

Raeside Chisholm offer a free storage service for our clients once the mortgage discharge has been registered ensuring that their deeds are kept in a secure and professional facility rather than running the risk of the deeds being misplaced over time at home.

As the title and the mortgage discharge are registered copies or substitutes are available should a client ever misplace their deeds if they choose to retain them themselves.

Contact our Mortgage Discharge Solicitor in City Centre Glasgow, Kay Barr

To find out how we can help you please complete our online enquiry form or contact our solicitors based in Glasgow directly on 0141 248 3456.

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