eConveyancing

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Get ready for eConveyancing

The NSW government has set a timeline for the transition to eConveyancing to help everyone plan and embrace the change.

From 1 July 2018, lawyers and conveyancers will be required to use eConveyancing for standalone caveats and transfers, mortgages, and discharges. Waiting until this deadline arrives before you take steps to make the transition means you will have left it too late. Taking steps to get started sooner rather than later with eConveyancing will help you plan and prepare for a smoother transition.

Are you ready to get started?

Register for eConveyancing

A message from the Registrar General

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE WHO LODGE DOCUMENTS IN PAPER AND HANDLE THEIR OWN PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

Digital innovation: leading the way

New technology is driving more rapid change than ever before, with every industry going through a digital transformation of some sort.

eConveyancing is part of the NSW Government’s commitment to leading digital innovation. The move to digital has the support of the property, legal and financial industries and is in line with the commitment by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to the development of a national electronic conveyancing system.

Many in the legal, conveyancing and banking sectors  are also leading the way, having already taken steps to get on board with eConveyancing ahead of the NSW Government’s timeline.

The Office of the Registrar General supports this proactive approach and encourages everyone involved in conveyancing in NSW to transition sooner rather than later.