e-Conveyancing – Coming, Ready or Not

Making the Transition to PEXA


Are you ready? The mandatory use of PEXA for the majority of mortgage and conveyancing transactions is fast approaching for New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia and its impact is being felt by more than just banking and property practitioners.

In this free on-demand webinar, Christine Gray, Head of Commercial Real Estate and Skye Balasingham, Senior Writer - Banking and Finance at Practical Law Australia, will provide you with an up-to-date primer on the mandatory use of PEXA for banking and conveyancing transactions, and offer guidance on how to remain vigilant in the management of your systems and procedures.

Access the recording now to learn about:

  • The impact of mandatory registration of standalone transfers in PEXA on corporate asset sale transactions
  • Risk management strategies for your business or clients when transacting in PEXA
  • Lessons learned from the recent "hacking" and other issues experienced with the use of PEXA

If you hold a current practising certificate and consider this activity relevant to your practice, you may be eligible to claim 1 point of substantive law towards your CPD requirements. Please check any specific CPD requirements that apply in your state or territory.

Simply submit the form to access the on-demand recording!


                                                                                           
 
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