Published on 28 Jul 06
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper explains how the National Electronic Conveyancing System (NECS) will work and the way in which it is being developed by all states and territories. It touches on dealing with jurisdictional differences, meeting stakeholder requirements and the impact on practitioners in relation to:
- identi?cation of clients
- payment of stamp duty
- land tax
- property valuation information.
Simon was the Registrar-General of South Australia before taking up his current position as the Executive Director of the National Electronic Conveyancing Of?ce. Prior to that he had been a legal practitioner in Melbourne specialising in property law. He is the author of a number of books on property law and has had an extensive involvement nationally in the introduction of electronic land dealings.
Current at 17 May 2006
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08 June 2006