Wednesday, 05 June 2019 by AICNSW
As we approach the 1 July 2019, NSW Office of Registrar General electronic conveyancing mandate, the next issue to be progressed is the feasibility of “interoperability” within the national electronic conveyancing system. Interoperability is the ability for two separate and competing platforms to seamlessly interact with each other to provide an undisrupted service. With interoperability
Confession time: year after year, many of the New Year’s resolutions I’ve set in the midst of the festive season – such as giving up caffeine and leading a calm and Zen-like life, or having the perfect body with abs that would make Miranda Kerr jealous – don’t actually survive past the month of March!
Wednesday, 29 May 2019 by AICNSW
People who are considering reducing their work hours in the lead-up to retirement, but concerned about not having enough disposable income as a result, can, through a superannuation transition to retirement (TTR) strategy, access part of their super to top up their income. At the same time, a superannuation TTR strategy brings with it the
As we move closer to 100 per cent digital conveyancing in NSW on 1 July 2019, the Registrar General of NSW Jeremy Cox has some timely advice on procedures. In 2016, the NSW Government announced the transition to electronic conveyancing with a timeline for change staged to allow participants to plan and prepare. The timeline
The 2018 AICNSW Annual State Conference was held on Saturday 20 October 2018 at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, Sydney. Officially opened by Master of Ceremonies, Mr Jon Downes, the Conference was first addressed by Ms Cheryl Alt, President of AICNSW. After welcoming the attendees, Ms Alt spoke about the challenges that had faced conveyancers during