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Notice of action
Notice of action

 Russell Cocks 03 Apr 2018

Perhaps the epitome of “unknown unknowns” is the Notice of Action...

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Supreme Court Judgments
Supreme Court Judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Sep 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on the Supreme Court Judgment concerning a caveat lodged in support of a charge executed by one of two joint proprietors, the first respondent, in respect of his interest in certain land...

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Lodging A Caveat
Lodging A Caveat

 Russell Cocks 01 Sep 2017

While a caveat is a reasonably simple form to complete and lodge, care must be exercised in its preparation, particularly in completing three categories: statement, estate and prohibition...

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Land Use Victoria timeline for transition to 100% digital lodgement
Land Use Victoria timeline for transition to 100% digital lodgement

 Property and Environmental Law Section 25 May 2017

In March 2017, Land Use Victoria indicated the following timelines for the transition are as follows...

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Land Use Victoria requirements coming into effect
Land Use Victoria requirements coming into effect

 Property and Environmental Law Section 25 May 2017

On 26 May 2017, the following requirements will come into force in Victoria: Client Authorisations required for paper conveyancing...

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How to Avoid Common Conveyancing Mistakes
How to Avoid Common Conveyancing Mistakes

 Melissa Lirosi 02 Mar 2017

Are you across the common mistakes practitioners are making when drafting special conditions? What about the risks of priority notices...

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Priority notices and caveats
Priority notices and caveats

 Russell Cocks 01 Dec 2016

The Land Titles Office will introduce priority notices this month. As part of the shift from paper-based conveyancing to electronic conveyancing the Land Titles Office (LTO) will introduce priority notices in December 2016...

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The probate caveat conundrum
The probate caveat conundrum

 Carol McOmish and Michel Margalit 01 Oct 2016

Two recent Supreme Court decisions highlight both the need for caution when lodging a caveat and the costs consequences when a caveat does not have a proper basis....

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E-conveyancing: what you need to know
E-conveyancing: what you need to know

 Simon Libbis 01 Jan 2015

Before you rush headlong into the electronic future there are a number of things you should know about e-conveyancing. Here are the top 10...

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Introducing e-settlement
Introducing e-settlement

 Russell Cocks 01 Dec 2014

Early adopters can feel comfortable with an electronic conveyancing special condition. The much anticipated arrival of e-conveyancing, at least in relation to settlement, is upon us with...

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Who are you? Prove it
Who are you? Prove it

 Simon Libbis and Prue Long 01 Oct 2014

Conveyancing clients need to sign documents. In the electronic world practitioners will check and certify the identity of clients, thus needing a detailed knowledge of the requirements...

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E-conveyancing – what does it mean for your business?
E-conveyancing – what does it mean for your business?

 Geoff Bowyer 27 Aug 2014

Recently I have started to notice the heavy advertising of electronic conveyancing and commercial platform PEXA...

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Farewell to paper: Electronic conveyancing to go national
Farewell to paper: Electronic conveyancing to go national

 Murray McCutcheon 01 Oct 2013

With much anticipation, the national scheme for electronic conveyancing, based on the Victorian model, is gearing up to go live...

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