e-Conveyancing

Comparative study of e-conveyancing - 1

01 September 2011

The start of a series of articles giving an overview of the how far e-conveyancing initiatives have progressed in a number of countries.

Comparative study of e-conveyancing - 2

08 September 2011

Ontario, Canada - widely recognised as the most progressive e-Conveyancing solution currently in operation and seen as a reference source for e-conveyancing solutions in other jurisdictions.

Comparative study of e-conveyancing - 3

15 September 2011

England and Wales - in a very wide project, led and financed through the Land Registry, changes are being implemented but a number of hitches have also being encountered.

Comparative study of e-conveyancing - 4

22 September 2011

New Zealand - Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has developed a partial end-to-end e-Conveyancing solution known as LandOnline.

Highly rated

29 September 2011

Transaction volumes of the online rates clearance solution, RatesClearance.com, continue to break records and it has now been implemented at twelve municipalities nationally.

Automate

27 October 2011

Automate rates clearance certificates to solve South Africa's conveyancing backlog and attendant losses writes Cher Chapple.

Payment solutions

27 October 2011

Korbitec recently launched Payment Solutions, a new service which will reduce the hassle and delays associated with rates clearance payments.

Project Isis

03 November 2011

Section 118 certificates, attendant matters and the implementation by the City of Cape Town of Project Isis by the 28 November.

REASA

08 December 2011

REASA (Real Estate Agencies of South Africa) is a new real estate industry initiative aimed at providing cost-effective and powerful online marketing channels for its participants.

One giant leap

21 January 2010

Scotland is ready to show the world how to do e-registration, as ARTL's official launch last month reminded us.
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