Registration Webinars


Come along to our Registration webinars and learn about  post-registration enquiries, rectifications, rejections, plans and much more. We look forward to meeting you!

An Introduction to Post-Registration enquiries and Rectifications

Duration: 45 minutes with question and answer session

On average, the team gets over 1,100 enquiries a month about perceived inaccuracies in the land register. This webinar will give you examples of inaccuracies that can come up in the register and will include learning about:

- Inaccuracy and Rectification  
- Rectification requests
- Manifest Error Procedure with examples

Register to attend: 8 February 2022, 10:00 - 11:00

This webinar is now CPD certified and you will receive your certificate upon attendance.

How to avoid Rejections

Duration: 45 minutes with question and answer session

This live webinar will teach you more about Rejections and how to avoid them, including:

- Why we reject some applications and top reasons for rejection  
- What we have done to reduce rejections
- Requirements for a successful application

Register to attend: 16 February 2022, 10:00 - 11:00

This webinar is now CPD certified and you will receive your certificate upon attendance.

Interpreting Plans Reports

Duration: 45 minutes with question and answer session

During this webinar, the reports team will look into parts 2, 3 and 4 of the Plans Report and talk to you about:

- Parts of the Reports response 
- Corrective conveyancing and rectification

Register to attend: 1 March 2022, 10:00 - 11:00

This webinar is now CPD certified and you will receive your certificate upon attendance.

Register land and property: Overview, updates and Q&A

Duration: 45 minutes with question and answer session

What is RLP? A unified land registration submission service gathering only new information and with sufficient structure as to automate most or all of registration.

This webinar covers the RLP basics for anyone who has not used it yet, but focuses on new features and FAQ.

Register to attend: 2 March 2022, 10:00 - 11:00


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