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Claire Martin

Posted Mar 26, 2018 eConveyancing Update
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As you are no doubt aware, KREISSON made history in June 2016 by conducting the first end to end digital, entirely paperless conveyance of Australian property. Since then the industry has been moving towards digital revolution and has been assisted by various State Government mandates. The NSW State Government has been encouraging and championing eConveyancing […]

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Posted Feb 26, 2018 Legislative Updates to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act
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Following closely in step with the Strata Legislation Reforms, almost 40 years after the inception of the EP&A Act, the NSW State government have decided to update the legislation that dictates the planning and development of our State. The Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill 2017 was assented to by NSW Parliament last November 2017 […]

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Posted Jan 29, 2018 NSW Government Discussion Papers: Off-the-Plan Contracts for Residential Property
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Towards the end of 2017, the Minister for Finance, Service and Property, Victor Dominello, released two (2) Discussion papers for comment in relation to: Removing barriers to electronic land contracts, and Off-the-Plan Contracts for Residential Property. Off-the-Plan Contracts for Residential Property This paper seeks to gain feedback on proposed reforms to off-the-plan contracts for the […]

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Posted Jan 29, 2018 NSW Government Discussion Papers: Removing Barriers to Electronic Land Contracts
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Towards the end of 2017, the Minister for Finance, Service and Property, Victor Dominello, released two (2) Discussion papers for comment in relation to: Removing barriers to electronic land contracts, and Off-the-Plan Contracts for Residential Property. Removing Barriers to Electronic Land Contracts In this paper, Minister Dominello commented on the three (3) stages to property […]

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Posted Nov 17, 2017 12 Things You Should Know When Preparing To Buy At Auction
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Before Auction day: Make sure you really want this property. Once the hammer goes down, you will be entering into a binding contract with no cooling off period. Even if the property passes in and you buy on the same day as the auction, you will not get the benefit of a cooling off period. […]

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