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Transition to 100% Digital Lodgment: Your essential e-conveyancing guidebook

Transition to 100% Digital Lodgment: Your essential e-conveyancing guidebook

By Law Institute of Victoria

The LIV recognises that the mandatory uptake of electronic conveyancing for practitioners introduces a range of commercial and regulatory pressures and so the LIV has developed this guidebook to ensure that practitioners are suitably equipped to adhere to Land Use Victoria's (LUV) timeframes of transition to digital lodgement.

 

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    In early 2017, Land Use Victoria (Victoria’s land registry) (LUV) announced a timetable for the transition to 100% digital lodgment in its Customer Information Bulletin 163.

    This project, coupled with the Registrar’s Requirements for paper conveyancing transactions, involves the  progressive roll-out of a number of different requirements in order to achieve 100% digital lodgment by 1 August 2019. From this date, use of electronic conveyancing will be mandatory and paper lodgment will no longer be possible. Earlier key transition dates include 1 December 2017 (from when all caveats and withdrawals of caveat must be lodged electronically) and 1 October 2018 (from when all combinations of transactions available in Property Exchange Australia (PEXA) must be lodged electronically).

    The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) recognises that the mandatory uptake of electronic conveyancing for practitioners introduces a range of commercial and regulatory pressures. The LIV understands that practitioners will be required to apprise themselves of the necessary knowledge and acquire the required skills in order to make critical and informed decisions regarding the future of their practice in this area, particularly with respect to the risks, legal obligations, costs, and impacts on current practices and procedures.

    As part of its commitment to assisting its members to understand and adapt to the changes in the lead up to 1 August 2019 and beyond, the LIV has developed this guidebook as part of a broader education campaign to ensure that practitioners are suitably equipped to adhere to LUV’s timeframes.

     

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    ISBN: 9780980556285

    Published: 2018

    Format: Softcover

     

  • Table of contents

    Glossary

    Chapter 1 – Overview

    Chapter 2 - Key Dates

    Chapter 3 - How to use PEXA

    Chapter 4 - Changing Your Practice

    Chapter 5 - Compliance Obligations and Risk

    Schedule 1 - Forms and Templates

    Schedule 2 - Legal Framework

    Schedule 3 - Compliance Examinations

     

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