Understanding the Real Property Amendment (Electronic Conveyancing Act) 2015

Course ID CN170303_PRO1

  • Webinar
  • 1
  • All
  • 1 CPD POINTS

Hear Paul Watkins, General Counsel of Stewart Title explain the new Conveyancing Rules, Priority Notices and Verification of identity. Future changes including the abolition of paper duplicate titles and the move towards mandatory electronic lodgment of dealings in NSW will also be discussed. This lunch time webinar is a must for all property lawyers.

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

Price

Full Price $120.00

Alumni/Member Price $108.00

Dates

Time:

11.30am - 12.30pm AEDST

About This Course

Designed for

This webinar complies with the mandatory area of Substantive Law.

 

Presenter

Paul Watkins
General Counsel, Stewart Title 

As General Counsel, Australia, Paul is responsible for the management and direction of the Underwriting and Legal Departments at Stewart Title Limited, including commercial and residential policy development, regulatory compliance, claims and underwriting supervision and general corporate legal matters.

Prior to joining Stewart Title Limited in 2004, Paul worked as a lawyer in private practice in both small and medium sized law firms where he gained considerable experience in general insurance, residential and commercial conveyancing, commercial property development, leasing and general property practice.

Paul has been a contributor to a number of Australia legal industry publications discussing the benefits of title insurance, including the New South Wales Law Society Journal. Paul also regularly presents to lawyers, conveyancers and lenders on a variety of real estate related issues, including title insurance, title claims and real estate fraud.

Paul holds degrees in Law (Hons) and Social Sciences from the University of Canberra and is admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and the High Court of Australia.

 

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