Nalytics LRC & Allen & Overy

Huge time saving for Allen & Overy in comparing Land Registry extracts using Nalytics LRC

Home 5 Resources 5 Nalytics LRC Case Study: Allen & Overy

International Law Firm




FTSE 100 & FTSE 250 companies




The Background and Need

At international law and notary firm Allen & Overy, a lot of time was wasted assessing extracts from the Land Registry in connection with the notary’s duty to investigate. The notaries and paralegals compared these extracts manually, which made this a time-consuming and error-prone job.

Allen & Overy needed a solution to handle these activities more efficiently.

The Solution

Nalanda developed the solution, Nalytics Land Registry Compare (LRC) for the notary lawyer. Nalanda LRC compares large quantities of extracts from the Land Registry to identify any differences. The tool has been implemented, tested and user feedback has been processed by Nalanda to optimize the solution.

As a consultant, Eefje Scheerder was involved in the rollout of Nalytics LRC at Allen & Overy.

Comparing extracts from the Land Registry is monotonous work that must be done meticulously. The notaries are usually very busy, so it is much better and faster if this process is automated. The notaries will then only have to spend valuable time on the exceptions that come up.

Corporate legal data analyst Mischa Grunberg of Allen & Overy agrees with this. He is also very satisfied with the collaboration with Nalanda:

The collaboration ran very smoothly throughout the entire process. The people at Nalanda were very responsive and always ready to help. That is certainly a concrete advantage for junior civil-law notaries.


I see the use of LRC as a first step in our tech literacy and with one eye on the future, we look forward to further collaborations with Nalanda in the future.

Leon Hoppenbrouwers, Partner at Allen & Overy said-

We look forward to using the Nalytics Land Registry Compare for our customers. I expect that with this solution we will save a lot of time and we look forward to further collaborations with Nalanda in the future.