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It is expected that Landgate’s turnaround times (now updated daily) will remain low, however, industry can mitigate any delays by ensuring all plans and documents are correct and lodged early. ... Queries regarding turnaround times and other plan
The New Land Registry (NLR™) moved the colonial-era paper titling system to a cloud-based system, providing significant benefits to Western Australians including a 35 per cent reduction in turnaround ... times. This idea, which originally came from a
Landgate encourages you to read the full details on the self-lodgement webpage, including turnaround times and a sample LAC certificate. ... Customers are encouraged to complete self-lodgement where possible and should plan office visits around peak
This is leading to improved productivity and faster turnaround time. REFERENCE ONLY. ... the office available. for later to account. 3, For a quicker turnaround time, keep priority lists to a maximum of six titles.
With increased plan lodgements expected to continue throughout January and February 2021, Landgate will continue to work collaboratively with industry and government to ensure turnaround times are as fast as possible.
Land Registry-Plan (NLR-P) portal, where the plan examination turnaround time is expected to be reduced significantly.
As lodgement activity increases, we expect Portal Plans to retain a consistently quick turnaround time. ... and examined) within two (2) days. Background. Use of Portal Plans to increase efficiency and faster processing times.
The new process is expected to reduce the turnaround time in producing replacement digital duplicate Certificates of Title, provided the application is not requisitioned and/or required to be advertised. ... A non -lodging party can also view on-line
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