Since its official launch in October 2017, we’ve continued to develop new features for ScotLIS, Scotland’s Land Information Service. This week, we’ve introduced a significant new step for our professional users, who can now search the Register of Inhibitions (ROI) with ScotLIS.
Improved usability and accessibility
The ROI is one of our Chancery and Judicial Registers, and its purpose is to publicise the names of parties who are unable to competently grant deeds in relation to property due to bankruptcy, diligence or insolvency. With ScotLIS, not only do users enjoy full access to this vital legal tool, but thanks to its intuitive, integrated interface, they can also access the Land Register of Scotland, the General Register of Sasines and the ROI all in one place.
We’ve incorporated several improvements into the ScotLIS ROI functionality. Only with ScotLIS can users ‘add’ or ‘remove’ all search results to their disclosure by clicking a link. Users can see all minute details on the same page for comparison purposes by using the improved ‘View Disclosure’ function. There’s also the capability to review purchase history, plus an improved print output. Thanks to these improved features, ScotLIS makes ROI information more readily accessible than ever.
Find out more
If searching the ROI is an important part of your business activities and you’re not using ScotLIS, you’re missing out on a more efficient and improved user experience that’s been tested and built according to our customers’ needs. To learn more about the service, including information on how to sign up, simply visit ScotLIS.