InfoTrack e-Conveyancing: Your efficient end to end property solution

Did you know that all essential parts of the conveyancing process can now be done electronically including verification of identity, contracts, exchange, and settlement?

If you are ready to adopt the end-to-end e-conveyancing process below, then you're in a great position to create more value for your firm, your clients and to stand out from your competitors.

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E-conveyancing articles

How client experience is the leading pillar of this law firm’s daily practises

Over the last 12 months, law firms have shifted from technology for survival, to technology that enhances the client experience. InfoTrack recently spoke with Shelley Baker from Nest Legal about how t...

Law Practice in the ‘New Normal’

In March, Smokeball conducted the largest annual legal business sentiment study to explore law practice in the new normal and obtain valuable insights into the most important issues facing the legal p...

Understanding the latest ARNECC Model Participation Rules

On April 12, ARNECC announced some changes to their Model Participation Rules around Verification of Identity (VOI). We’ve heard your feedback that you have some questions and concerns about the valid...

NSW migrates to 100% e-conveyancing. Here’s what you need to know

As of 22 March 2021, 29 dealings in NSW are no longer accepted via paper lodgments and will now need to be lodged electronically. The NSW Government has also released a draft bill to allow…...

How one firm is seeing success from adopting new and emerging technologies

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, more legal and conveyancing firms have embraced digital practises to complete their matters. Now, we’re looking at what McKinsey and Company have defined as the ‘Next Norm...

NSW electronic signing requirements extended

In October, InfoTrack shared an update from the NSW Registrar General regarding the electronic signing of paper land dealings, plans and Section 88B instruments. These rules were due to cease on March...

How new technology has evolved firms

Legal and conveyancing firms evolved tremendously throughout 2020, with many having to make quick transitions that they were not prepared for. We saw masse technology adoption and many business owners...

Why complete a title search?

A title search helps give you the complete picture and history of the property you are investigating. Previously, we have written about 5 things that a title search can tell you about a property, but&...

Updates to NSW e-conveyancing mandate

On 22 December 2020, the Registrar General announced that a further twenty-nine dealings would be mandated to be lodged electronically from 22 March 2021. These twenty-nine dealings are in addition to...

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