Remotelaw Online Systems Corp.

Remotelaw Online Systems Corp.

January 31, 2006 09:00 ET

RemoteLaw Granted Prestigious Bell Canada Award for E-Business Category

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 31, 2006) - RemoteLaw Online Systems Corp. ("RemoteLaw") a leader in e-conveyance automation, announced today that it has received the Bell Canada Award for outstanding achievement in e-business innovation at the Northern BC Business and Technology Awards, held January 12 &13 in Prince George.

"We are honored to be recognized for achievement in advancing e-business practices," stated Martin Johnson, RemoteLaw's CEO. He continued, "This marks yet another milestone for innovation and determination within our company that we will continue to pursue."

The e-business award was presented to the company by the Honorable Pat Bell, MLA and Minister of Resources and Lands. Now in its 4th year, the annual event draws business and government together to celebrate excellence in Business and Technology.

As Prince George and other BC communities seek to diversify economies that have depended on forestry, discussions over the two day period provided food for thought. Representatives from energy, agriculture and mining met to discuss careers and business opportunities with more than 500 attendees at the show.

Complete information on the two day forum can be obtained by visiting www.bcnaturalresourceforum.com.

About RemoteLaw Online Systems Corp. (www.remotelaw.com)

RemoteLaw's econveyance™ provides a secure, efficient and more profitable method in the production and delivery of real estate conveyance documents through its web-based system.

econveyance has a direct window into the land title registry's electronic filing system, thanks to a tri-party agreement with Access BC and the provincial government.

Access BC is division of MDA that operates BC Online (www.bconline.com) which has over 40,000 registered users processing more than 5.4 million transactions a year.

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