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Transition to 100% Digital Conveyancing VIDEO

Transition to 100% Digital Conveyancing VIDEO

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There are a variety of changes coming for lawyers practising in property law. The transition to 100% digital conveyancing and lodgement will change the face of property practice for good, and it’s essential that all lawyers in this space are aware of the new digital requirements. Please note: There is a handout available for this video in the description below.

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Further details below.

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  • Full Description

    There are a variety of changes coming for lawyers practising in property law. The transition to 100% digital conveyancing and lodgement will change the face of property practice for good, and it’s essential that all lawyers in this space are aware of the new digital requirements.

    This video is designed to provide you the essential information you need to know as a property lawyer working in 2017 and beyond. You will learn the step-by-step details of what changes are coming into effect, what you need to do to prepare and how you can remain compliant during the transition.

    Download the Video Handout (PDF)

    Featuring an engaging discussion between property law experts, this video covers:

    • an overview of the key changes and what has led to them
    • what the changes mean for you, including details around how the changes will affect your processes, procedures, how you work with clients and more
    • client authorisation forms, the change to certification and what this means in practice
    • what firms can do to begin the process now to ensure they are compliant
    • the risks associated with the changes and how you can minimise them, including the importance of becoming “change fit” to ensure they are ready for each step of the transition.

     

    For more related information, news and resources from the LIV, please visit: eConveyancing - 100% Digital Lodgement.

  • Video Sections

    Section 1 – High Level Summary of Changes to Paper Conveyancing

    Section 2 – Part A: How the Changes to Paper Conveyancing Will Impact Your Business

    Section 2 – Part B: The Changing Face of Liability and Risk Management in Conveyancing

    Section 3 – What's Coming Next?

  • Presenters

    Amanda Baker, Head of Industry Development, SAI Global Property Division

    Amanda’s key responsibility is to build and maintain the strategic relationships with our key industry stakeholders. This includes all of the state government land registries and revenue offices, council and suppliers, and all of the industry bodies associated with the property transfer industry. Building on her close monitoring of the evolution of electronic conveyancing over the past six years, Amanda also reviews and communicates the changes to legislation and regulation that impact the industry. She provides analysis and insight of its impact for SAI’s internal operations, its legal conveyancing and banking customers, and their end clients.

    David McKenzie, LIV Accredited Specialist in Property Law, Principal, David J McKenzie Lawyers 

    David has wide-ranging experience as both a country lawyer and working for respected property law firms in Melbourne. He provides legal advice to several large developers on all aspects of property law, and represents clients involved in complex property litigation. He also advises on commercial and residential leasing and sale, purchase of property and business, and matters regarding building contracts and building disputes. He is co-chair of the LIV Property Law Committee and deputy of the PELS Executive Committee.

    Murray McCutcheon AM

    Murray is the longest serving member of the LIV Property Committee, a member of the Law Council National Electronic Conveyancing Committee and chair of the Electronic Conveyancing Group. He is also past chair of the LCA Australian Property Law Group, the LCA Legal Practice Section and the Property Law Reform Alliance. He was invested as a Member of the Order of Australia in 2015 for significant service to property and commercial law.