On hold

This follows the consultation launched in March last year to see whether stakeholders were receptive to the idea that concluded that customers were "unconvinced" by the process.  Malcolm Dawson, chief registrar and chief executive of Land Registry  says that many customers and stakeholders are unconvinced that the time is right for e-transfers.

They want to see e-charges and e-signatures sorted out first and have not been persuaded that e-transfers are desirable or achievable in a time of low property sales and increased risk of fraud.  The agency will now focus on automating its delivery systems, so that customers can electronically submit documents that have been prepared in the traditional way.

Report on responses to e-conveyancing secondary legislation part 3

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