Deeds and Probate Registry
The Central Registry is committed to the welfare of our customers and staff at all times
In order to follow the advice and recommendations for social distancing and an increasing need to work from home the Central Registry public counters at the Registries Building, Deemsters Walk are now closed. Registry staff will continue to work in the background to process applications and documentation for each of our services as far as possible.
The following services are affected:
- Civil Registry
- Companies Registry
- Deeds and Probate Registry
- Land Registry
Documents for all the above Registries can be submitted by post or alternatively delivered to the post box at the entrance to the Registries Building. Please note that Land Registration applications should be made by email prior to paper submission in order to gain priority.
Civil Registry (births, deaths and marriage)
Alternatively For all appointments please contact the Civil Registry via email at email@example.com, or telephone 01624 687039.
To order certified copies of certificates please visit the Civil Registry web page.
For all other queries regarding births, deaths and marriage please visit the Civil Registry home page.
Filing for the Companies Registry should be sent via post. All Companies Registry enquires should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please visit the Companies Registry web page.
Deeds and Probate
Purchases and requests for deeds can be made online - see www.gov.im/deedsonline for more information.
For further information please visit the Land Registry web page.
The Deeds Registry
The Deeds Registry creates and maintains indices of deeds recorded or enrolled in accordance with the Registration of Deeds Act 1961. Once recorded, original deeds are permanently retained in the Deeds Registry and cannot be returned.
All deeds registered from 1911 to the present day are available to view. For more information on how to view deeds, please see the Deeds and Probate search & purchase page.
All deeds recorded prior to 1911 are housed in the Manx Museum.
The Probate Registry
The Probate Registry is responsible for the safekeeping of probate records following the issue of a Grant of Probate from the High Court.
Details of all grants of probate issued since 1940 can be searched online. For more information on how to view probate documents, please see [link to D&P search & purchase page].
Probate records prior to 1911 are housed in the Manx Museum.
The Deeds and Probate Registry is located on the first floor of the Registries Building (opposite the Courts of Justice) on Deemsters Walk, Bucks Road in Douglas.
Monday to Thursday 9am - 4.30pm
Friday 9am - 4pm
Isle of Man
+44 1624 685250