E-conveyancing: a work in progress

Course ID ID16008_PRO

  • Online
  • 1
  • Intermediate

After a short overview of the process, this webinar will explore in a practical way some of the things that will affect users and non-users alike, including:

  • the new participation rules
  • changes to the PEXA participation agreement - progress or a problem?
  • the alignment process - how this will affect you (and it will!)
  • effective verification of identity - understanding the Verification Rule - ARNECC’s Guidance Notes
  • certifications - what are you promising?
  • record-keeping

Prior to purchase please see the information below for system requirements.

College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.


Full Price $120.00

Alumni/Member Price $108.00


Start date:

01 April 2016

End date:

30 June 2017

About This Course

Designed for

This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of Substantive Law .



Peter Rosier

After graduating with a Masters degree in Law, our principal solicitor, Peter Rosier, started his career as Associate to the then Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, Sir Garfield Barwick KCMG. After undertaking articles, he established practice on his own account. Since 1997 he has been a specialist in property law accredited by the Law Society of New South Wales. He has been a member of the Law Society of New South Wales Property Law Committee for many years, is the author of the LexisNexis book Understanding National Electronic Conveyancing and the Consultant Editor of the LexisNexis Conveyancing Precedents NSW. He is a member of the Property Law Specialist Accreditation Advisory Board of the Law Society of New South Wales which examines candidates for specialist accreditation in property law by that Society. For several years until 2015 Peter was a member of the Joint Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales and the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales which owns the copyright in the standard form of contract for the sale of land in New South Wales. He is frequently engaged to give expert evidence in cases involving negligence on the part of solicitors in cases involving conveyancing. He has advised on just about every type of property law problem imaginable, from disputes over contracts, questions about covenants, leases and mortgages to issues with major developments. He has acted as arbitrator of many such disputes. However, Peter’s experience is not limited to property law and conveyancing. Over the many years since he started in practice, Peter has assisted many small businesses to deal with the many legal issues that such businesses have to face: deciding on business structures, chasing debts, preparing terms of trade, assisting with regulatory requirements, dealing with financiers, mortgages and charges, litigation and dispute resolution and dealing with regulators – being able to meet nearly all of the legal needs of small businesses. His advice is relied upon and valued by his clients many of whom have sought his help over many years. Last, but not least, Peter is often called on to help clients with their wills powers of attorney and appointments of enduring guardian, and when the need arises, with obtaining a grant of probate, and assisting in the administration of deceased estates and where, sadly, there is a family dispute, with family provision litigation. Peter is also a trained mediator and an arbitrator.



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