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State of the nation

8 October 2015

Following the passing of legislation enabling electronic conveyancing, Andrew Campbell of Hunt & Hunt gives a summary of the progress which has been made by the various Australian states and territories in implementing electronic conveyancing. In another earlier article the question of “E-conveyancing – what does it mean for your business?", is discussed, with reference to the following three key points and an informative list of other considerations:

  • some requirements of electronic conveyancing will become mandatory for paper based transactions;
  • there is a very real possibility that in the future practitioners will have no choice other than to conduct settlements online; and
  • whether one likes it or not, it is time to adapt and embrace this significant change.

E-conveyancing: a state of the nation update and E-conveyancing:  what does it mean for your business?

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