Jeremy Cox

08 June 2019

It’s now a matter of weeks until the 1 July 2019 mandate.

In NSW, 84 per cent of all possible dealings are being lodged electronically, including 81 per cent of transfers.

In NSW, eConveyancing began with the first electronic transaction in 2013. Since then, NSW’s land title system has become more efficient, secure and more accessible, providing an improved customer experience.

We have a range of resources to help you prepare for the 1 July 2019 mandate.

We have also published Conveyancing Rules Version 5, which will replace Version 4 on 1 July 2019.

In addition, ORG is hosting an industry forum on 11 June 2019, from 10 am to 12 noon. A panel of eConveyancing experts will be able to answer your questions. Please join us by registering here.

While we hope you find these resources useful for your final preparations, please don’t hesitate to contact ORG directly if you have any questions or eConveyancing issues that we can help you with.

Jeremy Cox

Jeremy Cox

Jeremy Cox is the NSW Registrar General and Executive Director in the NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation. The Office of Registrar General oversees the performance, integrity and security of NSW’s land title system. Jeremy has held previous executive roles in the Federal Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and state Governments' premiers and treasury departments, with an economic policy focus.

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