Reminder: Electronic payment of Land Registry fees
The Property Registration Authority is in the process of phasing out the usage of cheques as a means of payment of Land Registry fees. A facility is in place via landdirect to allow solicitors to pay for Land Registry applications online by means of direct debit, credit/debit card or from a landdirect account balance.
What you need to do now
Super User Role
To pay for applications using any of these methods, a Super User must be set up on your landdirect account. The Super User can then assign the relevant Fee Approver role(s) to selected users on the account.
To nominate a Super User on your account, please complete Landdirect Form 3 and forward by email to email@example.com. If you need to confirm if you already have a Super User set up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment methods and Fee Approver Role
You must assign a Fee Approver role to at least one landdirect user on your account in order to pay for applications electronically.
The following Fee Approver roles are available to select in landdirect;
- Fee Approver – credit/debit card role allows a user to pay for Land Registry applications using a debit or credit card.
- Fee Approver – direct debit role allows a user avail of a direct debit facility by paying for an application on receipt of the application in the PRA. To pay by direct debit please complete Landdirect Form 4 – Payment for Land Registry Applications by Direct Debit and post it to our Finance Unit in Chancery Street, Dublin 7 (Eircode D07 R652) or DX 228.
- Fee Approver – landdirect account role allows a user to pay for Land Registry applications and have the registration fees immediately deducted from their landdirect account balance provided there are sufficient funds in the landdirect account.
If you should have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at +353-90-6632606.