Blog post by Kenny Crawford Business Development Director at RoS. On 1 April 2021 fees for registration, searches and rejections will change. This will be the first major amendment to our statutory fees since 2011. Applications received after midnight on the 30 March will be charged at the new rates. RoS fees contribute to the Scottish Government consolidated fund from which we receive our funding. … Continue reading Changes to fees
Blog post by Andrew Gilchrist, communications officer here at RoS. Since its full launch in May, our Digital Discharge Service (DDS) has continued to prove popular with solicitors and lenders alike. Here we’ll showcase how DDS helps reduce rejected applications, and also highlight some of the new features we’ve introduced since launch. Reducing rejections Compared with the paper discharge process, DDS considerably reduces the likelihood … Continue reading DDS: Reducing rejections and adding new features
Blog by Scott McLear, Senior Digital Manager at Registers of Scotland. It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the Digital Comms team here at Registers. Another sprint has come and gone, so we would like to share what we delivered with you. Knowledge Base Today marks another significant milestone in the development of the site with our new look guidance going live, moving away from the old PDF format. The … Continue reading Latest developments from our last sprint!
Wendy Georgeson, senior registration officer at RoS, outlines why submitting the extent deed is the cornerstone of any first registration application. Continue reading Avoiding rejection – the full extent
Wendy Georgeson, senior registration officer at RoS, outlines some key guidance when completing an application. Continue reading Avoiding rejection – easing the burden