A start to digital transformation

20 July 2017

UK: The Land Registry has released its Annual Report and Accounts, setting out its priorities for an ambitious digital transformation with an open approach to data.

Beyond recognition

24 August 2017

UK: Recent research has indicated that the home buying process is going to change “beyond recognition in the coming years”, with a massive growth in online channel use.

S118: Cpt - Automation of refund

21 September 2017

City of Cape Town: The "Instruction to Process Refund" form has become mandatory in the automation of refunds for the final seller account(s) in the S118 process.

A quiet revolution

04 October 2017

Australia: A wide ranging interview with Marcus Price, CEO of PEXA, which is spearheading the property industry’s transition from paper to digital settlements.

Digital transformation

14 January 2016

The Registers of Scotland (ROS) is undergoing a digital transformation, moving from a paper-based organisation to one that always does everything digitally as the first option.

s118: Cpt - Admin Fee Account

14 January 2016

The City of Cape Town has lifted the validation of the new Admin Fee process to allow a final grace period to address and resolve recurrent problems.

s118: Cpt - Refund automation

28 January 2016

The City of Cape Town is in the final stages of implementing a system, which should go live by the end of January to automate the refund application process.

s118: Cpt - Incorrect payments

04 February 2016

An increase in the number of incorrect payments and application rejections means that as from 08 February certain problematic applications will be rejected and closed.

A new conveyancing platform

11 February 2016

The Law Society of Scotland in conjunction with ESPC and BDB Estate Agency Software is planning to launch a new digital platform - Altis - this year.

e-Deeds Bill published

17 March 2016

The Deeds Registries Amendment Bill, 2016 and Explanatory Memorandum was published on the 4th of March for public comment to be received by the 4th of April.
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