eConveyancing is a critical part of the NSW Government’s commitment to leading digital innovation. Transitioning to the eConveyancing system involves shifting away from paper certificates of title. As a result, the Office of the Registrar General has published a discussion paper seeking feedback on a range of issues relevant to certificates of title which remain to be addressed. The discussion paper:
- outlines the current status of certificates of title in NSW
- reviews the legislative environment relating to certificates of title in NSW and in comparable jurisdictions
- discusses proposals for replacing paper certificates of title with an electronic alternative
- raises questions for discussion.
Certificates of title: the next evolution
The Paper, entitled ‘Certificates of title: the next evolution’ was released on 7 December 2018.
Submissions closed on 28 February 2019.
SubmissionsSubmissions received in response to the public consultation on certificates of titles in NSW.
Copyright in submissions resides with the author(s), not with NSW Office of the Registrar General. Some submitters’ personal details and some submissions are not being published in accordance with the submitters’ requests.
Associations and organisations submissions
|Australian Banking Association|
|Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia|
|Northern Inland Credit Union Limited|
|The Law Society of New South Wales|