Daniel Kentwell discusses and answers some of the most common questions about priority notices and their use in preventing fraud in e-conveyancing.
As from the 26th of March a number of ABSA Home Loan documents may be signed digitally using Lexis®Sign, a LexisNexis digital signing platform.
Dates for engagements with Registrars of Deeds in Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Kimberley and Mahikeng, and reminders for Pietermaritzburg, Mthatha and King William's Town.
The Chief Registrar of Deeds invites all conveyancers to a number of meetings about the latest developments in the Electronic Deeds Registration System Project.
Lexis® WinDeed is essentially a One-Stop Shop for all stakeholders in a property sale transaction - from the estate agent initiating, to the conveyancer finalising, the transfer.
Mangaung Municipality in Bloemfontein has made impressive improvements with its automated municipal processes largely due to the implementation of Lexis® RatesClearance.
Mark Heyink argues that the small step of replacing a paper document with an electronic one and a pen signature with an electronic one is indeed a Giant Leap for conveyancing.
Cher Chapple underscores the point that the issuing of electronic rates clearance certificates is a lot faster than paper based systems.
In an historic development for the conveyancing processes, the South African Deeds Office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer.