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Month: January 2020

Future Challenges for the Land Register of Scotland: Automation and privatisation (Part One)

Looking over the horizon, there are two challenges that may soon engage the attention of the Land Register of Scotland: the automation of the register and the privatisation of its operation. These have increasingly preoccupied Australasian and Canadian registries over the last ten to twenty years.

In the first of a two-part posting, Rod Thomas, an academic visitor to Edinburgh Law School, considers how automation of the register has unfolded in Australia and New Zealand.

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