Reissue of Documents
Reissue your documents if you require an updated Certificate of Sale or Plot Card.
If you have lost the original documentation, sold your plot, or changed your name, you may need to replace the relevant documents. With our Reissue of Documents service, you can get replacement documents with a new name, title or date – all you need is your plot number.
By reissuing your documents, you will receive:
- An updated disposition (Certificate of Sale)
- An updated white plot card
- If you also hold a bonus plot that was given with your original plot, details of both plots will show on your certificate
Please Note: you will need your plot number to be able to reissue your documents; if your plot is not linked to your account, please claim your plot from the person who purchased it for you. If the plot was purchased more than a few years ago, or you do not know your plot number, please contact us.
Please select your plot number, correct(ed) name (if changed), title, and/or date on the next page.
Free worldwide shipping available.
You can find all of our delivery information here.
We accept returns within 30 days of order date and will provide a full refund. Please note we do not refund your postage or gift wrap charge and engraved or personalised accessories cannot be exchanged or refunded unless faulty.
You can find all of our returns information here.
It’s a gift for life!– This is something that yourself or the recipient can treasure forever and can be passed down to future generations.
It’s eco-friendly – We use the profits from our sales to create nature reserves in the Scottish highlands and fund conservation projects on the land. Over the years we have planted thousands of trees, created bug hotels, bat boxes, beehives, a 3-acre lochan and a forever home for injured hedgehogs, among other projects.
It’s socially conscious – We know how important it is to educate people, and children in particuar, on what they can do to take care of the environment and that is why we run “days out” at the reserve to work on ongoing environmental projects as well going in to local schools.
It’s a great excuse to visit the Scottish Highlands! – Come and see your land with your own eyes and get a tour of the reserve.