e-Conveyancing

GhostConvey/LexisNexis integration

07 July 2016

LexisNexis’ Practical Guidance in Real Estate, Land and Conveyancing practice area has just become available to GhostConvey users.

e-Conveyancing takes off

14 July 2016

Australia - South Australian conveyancers, solicitors, and lenders can now completely digitally exchange property via e-Conveyancing in what is a digital transformation.

No paper certificates

25 August 2016

Australia - Paper certificates for property transactions once gave a sense of land ownership but new laws are changing that.

"Distracting" e-conveyancing law

08 September 2016

UK - the Law Society has backed proposals to simplify the legal basis of electronic conveyancing in its reply to proposals for reform of the Land Registration Act 2002.

Form filling headache

15 September 2016

Australia – a recent change to a government form has unintentionally jammed a spoke into the wheels of the promising e-conveyancing industry.

Transfer duty delays

17 November 2016

A number of solutions are given to some of the issues and problems which have been delaying the processing of transfer duty applications by SARS.

Modernising the process

01 December 2016

UK: The Conveyancing Association has published a paper on ‘Modernising the Home Moving Process’ outlining a future, more certain and transparent process.

National Mortgage Form

29 January 2015

Australia - Property Exchange Australia Pty Ltd (PEXA) plans to introduce a National Mortgage Form (NMF) later this year to streamline property mortgages.

Brave new world

26 March 2015

Australia - an article in the Law Institute Journal about the Electronic Conveyancing clause to be included in all standard contracts of sale of real estate.

Ready for e-Conveyancing?

14 May 2015

Australia: the introduction of a national e-conveyancing regime in constitutes the biggest reform to the industry since the introduction of the Torrens system.
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