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Things you need to know about ScotLIS

At 5pm on 30 November we retired our legacy service RD. Whether you were one of the many customers that made the move well ahead of the deadline or are new to ScotLIS, here’s some useful information to help you get the most from ScotLIS.

Our other online services won’t be affected – RD will no longer be available on the eservices portal but you’ll still be able to access all other online services including eForms, Advance Notices, ARTL and Reports.

Switching is easy – there’s no need to create new login details to access ScotLIS. You can log in to ScotLIS now with your existing online services credentials.

ScotLIS is available 24/7 on any device.

You can retrieve recently purchased products – on ScotLIS you won’t be charged again for buying the same product within the same calendar day, between 00.00 and 23.59.

ScotLIS takes map-based searching to the next level – the interactive map functionality on ScotLIS enables you to instantly view the extents, data layers and determine whether the subjects are on the Land Register. You can view Land Register extents on the map and see adjoining properties without being charged.

You can directly access a schedule of separate tenements on ScotLIS – previously this information was only available by contacting our Customer Services and requesting it to be sent to you.

It’s easier to view creditor information on ScotLIS – full creditor code information can be found in situ meaning you don’t have to look anywhere else.

We fully transition from RD to ScotLIS on 30 November but it doesn’t stop there – we’ll continue to develop ScotLIS and make improvements to the service based on your feedback.

Feel like you need more information? We’re hosting a series of webinars throughout December – details of these will be shared on our social media channels.

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