Categories for E Conveyancing

Sympli-New e-Settlement Platform on the horizon

31/5/2018
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Sympli – New e-Settlement Platform on the horizonInfoTrack and the ASX Limited have announced the establishment of Sympli, an alternative electronic settlement platform. The new platform is expected to roll out later this year once it has received regulatory approval.For further information see:Today’s press releaseSympli website

Draft ARNECC MOR/MPR

5/5/2018
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AICWA has made its submission to ARNECC in response to Draft Version 5 of the Model Operating Requirements and Model Participation Rules. AICWA’s submission can be viewed in its entirety HEREAICWA is pleased to note that its long held position relating to a lack of consumer pricing protection, as well as support for competition through interoperability have been addressed in the draft version 5 of the MOR, however, we wish to highlight to members our concerns regarding proposed rule “5.6 Separation”....

Millennials are the NOW wave

1/5/2018
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Changing the business mindset from Boomer property consumer to Millennial property consumer, is here, Don’t lose sleep,  this article might be of assistance. By: BekHayes Conveyancers – are you meeting the needs of your Millennial clients? By Bek Hayes, CEO AICSAOne of the largest generations in history is about to move into its prime spending years. Millennials are poised to reshape the economy; their unique experiences will change the way we buy and sell, forcing companies to examine how they do...

AICWA remind that ACCC need to monitor-ARNECC MOR/MPR Version 5.1

10/3/2018
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ARNECC MOR/MPR Version 5.1The AICWA is pleased to again had the opportunity as a key industry stakeholder to make a submission on behalf of its members regarding the draft versions of the MPR and MOR. The revised drafts raise some significant concerns in particular Rules 5.6 to 5.6.5 which limits ARNECC’s ability to regulate the behaviours of an ELNO that may have significant advantage from being the only platform or having derived significant market share from having benefited from various...

Changes to REIWA General Conditions in 2018

21/2/2018
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Some highlighted changes to the 2018 version of Joint Form of General Conditions (JFGC), might mean that you could see some differences to the 2011 JFGC. Please note, we are not lawyers and are merely relaying some discussions as generically covered in an industry forum. The biggest concern was the ‘Lawyers picnic’ referenced as clause 9.3, where opposing lawyers could argue just about any outcome they desired, for a breach of warranty. Service by email still needed to be ‘signed’...

Industry Report – Impacts of e-Conveyancing on the conveyancing industry

6/1/2018
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Deloitte Access Economics have delivered a paper on the “Impacts of e-Conveyancing on the conveyancing industry”. Current net benefit in WA is indicated as being in the negative, but future expectations for 2020-21, where usage increases to 100%, predicts a turnaround 400 times greater than the current benefit experienced by the industry.The cost to practitioners of having to abandon an electronic workspace is also estimated at $69, however, it was estimated that a practitioner could benefit from time saving of...