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Moving or relocating across WA regions -travel exemption COVID-19

1/4/2020
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Due to the COVID-19 state regional restrictions as of midnight 31/3/2020 (https://www.mediastatements.wa.gov.au/Pages/McGowan/2020/03/WA-travel-restrictions-come-into-place-from-midnight-Tuesday.aspx) if you are moving across regions (within WA) to travel to your new home… Clients Who Are Relocating Across Regions or the BOUNDARY CHECK https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/AboutMainRoads/News/Pages/COVID-19.aspx & https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-regional-travel-restrictions UPDATE: 1 May 2020  visit the above WA.Gov.Au link to get your ‘G2GPass’ and app on the above link.

How to Zip and password protect your email attachments

12/8/2019
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A1 Conveyancing encourages you to stay secure online. Handy Article on how to password protect your email attachments.     Create Password Protect Zip File in Mac By Xyla, Last updated: April 29, 2019 Having a password protect on all the zip files on your Mac is not actually a difficult thing to do. This method will not require you to have any add-ons or you do not have to download anything. Instead of this, you can just easily use...

Landgate require Verified ID & Authority for Buyers & Caveators

31/1/2018
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CIB 305 Change to Western Australian Registrar and Commissioner of Titles’ Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority – fraud mitigation  31 January 2018 As foreshadowed and as part of their fraud mitigation strategy, the Western Australian Commissioner of Titles and the Registrar of Titles have updated their Joint Practice for Verification of Identity and Authority (VOI Practice) for paper-based transactions. The updated VOI Practice more closely aligns to the requirements for national electronic transactions.  The changes seek to improve...

SCAM ALERT – Did that person, really send you that?

19/9/2017
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In what is suspected to be a “man in the middle scam”, funds were unwittingly deposited by a purchaser into an east coast bank account in the lead up to a settlement and then transferred by the scammers to an overseas account resulting in a significant loss of $557,000. Typically, this type of scam will occur when the contents of person’s private emails are accessed and details of future financial transactions are seized upon by scammers. Victims will be contacted...