Why not group this stuff a little? A user will read this form, and fill it out, I suppose? Where does the information come from? What information will the user get from the same source, what will come from different sources? What order are they in in those sources? Group them so a user that has e.g. the papers from the land registry office will be able to just take one of those sheets and copy that stuff in order, without having to jump around and potentially miss something.
lso, for a date, you'd probably want to add a date picker so a user who remembers "we finished building this apartment last friday" gets a calendar where the most recent friday can just be clicked without having to do basic maths and maybe enter the wrong date by accident.
Also, if there are fields that are 2 lines (I'm guessing Owner 1 and Owner 2 are that, unless they're actually for the case where something has several owners), use only one label and show the two fields grouped together. If they are lists, just show one field (or 2 if that is the most common situation) and add "+" and "-" buttons next to the fields to allow adding whatever number of owners makes sense.
If your fields contain numbers that have a particular meaning (Jurisdiction and District look like they match to city names and things like that), be sure to show human-readable values. E.g. "East Village" or whatever. That way a user can easily recognize a typo. If the numbers aren't a common value used in government papers or whatever, you should probably even leave them out completely and just internally translate the names a human would expect into the proper number.
Finally, visually structure everything so a repeat user can more easily recognize which field is where. Make sure the fields are sized properly for their content. E.g. if a field is a 10-digit number, make it just wide enough to hold 10 digits, so users get a hint they got the wrong number if it's shorter or longer.
While varying the lengths makes it a little harder to create a pretty, visually appealing design, it also helps make the various groups more obvious, and more unique, and thus more recognizable.