HM Land Registry processes UK's first-ever digital mortgage

Nicholas Fearn
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The Land Registry wants to see less of this arising from its digital transformation programme
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The Land Registry wants to see less of this arising from its digital transformation programme

First-ever digitally signed deed signed using Gov.UK Verify identity service

The first-ever digitally signed mortgage deed has been filed into the Land Register, in a move that could transform the way people buy property. On Thursday, it announced that Coventry Building ...

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