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Webinar: Latest developments in e-transacting

Overview

There is currently a move toward mandatory e-conveyancing. Hear from Claire Martin about her experience with both e-conveyancing and with e-transacting, having recently conducted an entirely paperless conveyance.

This webinar complies with the mandatory area of Substantive Law.

 

 

Course ID CN170206_PRO1
Type Webinar
Duration 1 hour
Location
  • NSW
Start Dates 8 February 2017
Cost
A$120.00
$108.00 (Member Price)

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Code CN170206_PRO1
When

Wednesday 8 February 2017
12.30pm-1.30pm (AEDST) 

Where By Webinar
Level Intermediate
CPD 1 CPD unit

At the end of this webinar, an attendee will be up to date with all developments in e-transacting and in e-conveyancing. 

Topics covered include: 

  • Brief recap of the regulatory framework, key terms and concepts and key players in e-conveyancing
  • E-conveyancing clause in the 2016 Contract
  • Move towards mandatory e-conveyancing
  • Description of Claire Martin’s personal end-to-end e-transaction

CLAIRE MARTIN
Solicitor, Kreisson

Starting out as a Law Clerk in 2000, Claire has effected thousands of settlements providing extensive knowledge in the conveyancing process and first-hand experience of complications on settlements and lodgement. Claire studied Law through LPAB/LEC (USyd) whilst working full time in areas of Conveyancing, Commercial Law and Family Law.
Recently heading up the property department at KREISSON and embracing PEXA (electronic settlements), Claire has been able to turn her property purchasing hobby into a career. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia.
Claire is currently studying her Masters in Property Law and will be the first person to attain this from College of Law. The topic for her Thesis will be the “Impact of technology on conveyancing”.
Claire is a keen property investor and has personal experience as a Vendor, Purchaser, Lessor, Lessee, Mortgagor, and Guarantor and is looking forward to her next personal property project once a suitable development has been located.
Her other interests in the law also include Restorative Justice and integration of advances in Neuroplasticity in judicial sentencing. Claire’s ultimate career goal is to be a Judge, ruling the Real Property List of the Supreme Court of NSW.
Claire is a supreme multi-tasker and organizer. She is part of the NSW Law Society Young Lawyers Property Law Committee. She is prevalent and well connected in the Sydney-metropolitan area, especially on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore

About College of Law webinars

Attending a College webinar is an easy and convenient way for you to increase your knowledge, learn from experts and gain CPD units. It is just like attending a seminar except you don’t leave your office or home.

Once you have registered, we will send you all the information you need to join the webinar. All you need is a computer and telephone. Just follow the link and instructions to join the webinar and dial into the teleconference.

During the webinar, the presenter will present on the topic, similar to in a seminar. You can ask questions by typing in the box provided. Each webinar has lots of time allocated to answering questions so there is plenty of opportunity to interact and engage.

What you need (the technical stuff): all you need for a webinar is a computer/device and telephone. You logon to the webinar and listen through a teleconference. If you are in an open plan office, you may like to listen through earphones. There is no need to download any fancy software. It is really as simply as following a link to join.

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