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Customer Notice

We are aware that some customers are experiencing problems using edischarges functionality.

We are currently working to resolve this. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


To read the Terms & Conditions relating to this site, please click here.

These Terms & Conditions incorporate and supersede the Terms & Conditions previously relating to edischarges. Account Holders and Users accessing eRegistration services are deemed to have read and accepted the new Terms & Conditions.

The Property Registration Authority is pleased to announce that with effect from January 1st, 2021, an application to register a charge (mortgage) prepared using the eRegistration system, will be exempt from Land Registry fees, pursuant to S.I. No. 544/2020 - Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006 (Fees) Order 2020 This fee incentivisation measure is being introduced to promote the use of our eRegistration service and applies to charges of an entire folio property only. Currently eRegistration can only be used to register full transfers and full charges (in form 51) i.e. where all of a folio lands are included.

However, we have noted that some practitioners are not submitting complete documentation to us, which can cause unnecessary delays. You can follow our guide on creating an application on eRegistration, to help you fully complete the application process. If you have any difficulties or require further information, our support team are happy to help; you can contact them at

Electronic Signatures and Registered Land

The Electronic Commerce Act 2000 (Application of sections 12 to 23 to Registered Land) Regulations 2022 (S.I. No. 55 of 2022) was signed into law by the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications on 9th February 2022.

This statutory instrument applies the specified provisions of the Electronic Commerce Act 2000 to the law governing how an interest in registered land may be created, acquired, disposed of or registered.

The Electronic Commerce Act 2000 provides that the consent of a public body to the use of an electronic signature is required and, until such time as a system has been developed and implemented, the Authority is not in a position to accept electronic/digital signatures on Land Registry or Registry of Deeds forms.

The Authority welcomes the introduction of the legislation which will enable the PRA, together with our stakeholders, explore the potential for the development of a paperless system of registration.

How to Register for eRegistration

Details, including how to register, are published in the Account Administration section of this website along with a list of Common Questions and a comprehensive User Guide.