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PayMaya powers Land Registration Authority’s online payment platform

Online transactions with the Land Registration Authority (LRA) may soon be paid using a PayMaya account or any credit or debit, and prepaid card, as well as other e-wallets.

The LRA has partnered with PayMaya for its online payment platform to power its services such as the Philippines Personal Property Security Registry (PPSR) Portal and the eSerbisyo Portal.

The PPSR, as mandated by Republic Act 11057 or the Personal Property Security Act, is an online notice-based Registry for security interests in personal and movable properties. The eSerbisyo Portal, on the other hand, enables LRA clients to request online for a Certified True Copy (CTC) of Titles to be delivered at their preferred address.

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Supporting the digitalization of LRA transactions initiative are the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr), Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), and Land Registration Systems, Inc (LARES).

Integrating PayMaya’s solutions into the LRA’s PPSR and eSerbisyo platforms is part of the agency’s computerization project, which aims to modernize the system of property registration and land titling processes in the Philippines.

Public service

“We at the LRA are grateful to work with PayMaya in advancing our services through digital as we continue to provide more efficient public service to the Filipino people,” said Atty. Robert Nomar V. Leyretana, deputy administrator, Land Registration Authority.

With this initiative, LRA joins over 70 national agencies and local government units now equipped with PayMaya’s solutions, including digital payments for taxes and fees and disbursement of funds such as social assistance to citizens.

“We are proud to work with the LRA, the BTr, DBP, and LARES as we power the public sector with relevant digital payment solutions. Enabling e-Government efforts – from our local government units to our national agencies – is an important component in promoting digital and financial inclusion,” said Orlando B. Vea, founder and CEO, PayMaya.