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Synonyms for conveyancing

act of transferring property title from one person to another

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We have joined Victoria and New South Wales as early enablers of e-conveyancing for property related transactions with Queensland s first dealing occurred yesterday.
He said: 'The Land Registry is making a major investment in the matrix system, which is a positive step to improve e-conveyancing and really brings the process forward.
The seamless national e-conveyancing system saves time and ensures greater certainty that settlement will take place as scheduled, Mr Cripps said.
He specialises in advising clients on the ever changing house buying process, new legislation and developing the firm's e-conveyancing system.
The increased speed of e-conveyancing, mortgages and surveys has arguably made the need for this massive change unnecessary.
The association said there was evidence that the Land Registry's e-conveyancing proposals would speed up the home buying and selling process, making HIPs redundant in this area.
The firm also plans to introduce e-conveyancing to enable clients to track progress on-line.
UK hosting company, UKFast, is to power a new online interface between the Property Search service from the Environment Agency and NLIS, the UK government e-conveyancing portal.
Link to e-mortgaging, e-surveying, e-conveyancing and even e-moval to save more money.
The period from 2005 to 2009 will be a time of liberalisation and change in the UK legal-services market, driven by new regulations and new business structures, specific new initiatives such as e-conveyancing, new government regulations and a greater emphasis on the online delivery of legal services.
Also a graduate in law, Mr Khan specialises in advising clients on the ever changing house buying process, new legislation and developing the firm's e-conveyancing system.
The new, three-way strategy to overhaul home-buying will involve local searches, e-conveyancing and stronger redress against estate agents and others when things go wrong.
It has set out a three-way strategy to overhaul home buying involving Home Information Packs, local searches, e-conveyancing and stronger redress against estate agents and others when things go wrong.
He said: "Blythe Liggins is a niche firm in the conveyancing field and I am particularly looking forward to helping clients with the new home information packs and e-conveyancing.