Land Registry makes e-DRS sign up easier

Land Registry makes e-DRS sign up easier

All Land Registry customers who lodge paper applications with them will now be able to lodge certain applications electronically using e-DRS, regardless of whether they are a conveyancer.

The Land Registry announced the change as part of a number of simplifications to the terms and conditions that govern their electronic Document Registration Service (e-DRS).

The changes follow a public consultation and will take effect on the 5th August. Customers will no longer need to sign a Network Access Agreement (NAA) to use e-DRS.

The Business Gateway Connection Terms and Conditions will be removed and the use of Business Gateway will be subject to the Conditions of Use.

New access roles will be added to their electronic channels that can include or exclude access to e-DRS.

You can view the current versions of these documents on the Land Registry’s Business e-services terms and conditions webpage.

What do you think of the changes? Will they make life easier for conveyancers?

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