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Key developments

  • Proposed eConveyancing interoperability regime
  • Certificates of title: the next evolution
  • Consultation paper on criminal appeals
  • Review of the standard non-parole period for the bushfire offence and the maximum penalties for destroying property by fire
  • Disclosure in General Insurance: Improving Consumer Understanding
  • Amendments to the Trustee Act 1925 (NSW)
  • PJCIS Inquiry into the Counter-Terrorism (Temporary Exclusion Orders) Bill 2019
  • Inquiry into Parliamentary Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation

Proposed eConveyancing interoperability regime

The Property Law Committee contributed to a submission to the Office of the Registrar General. Our positions were also articulated at the Ministerial Forum on interoperability held in February 2019. The Law Society supports the development of an interoperable solution for eConveyancing. The model of interoperability chosen should minimise risk and cost. The regulatory framework for interoperability should also address financial settlement as the security of financial settlement is just as significant as the integrity of the register.

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