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Priority notices

Daniel Kentwell discusses and answers some of the most common questions about priority notices and their use in preventing fraud in e-conveyancing.

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Absa to use Lexis®Sign

As from the 26th of March a number of ABSA Home Loan documents may be signed digitally using Lexis®Sign, a LexisNexis digital signing platform.

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eDRS - Registrar's updates -II

Dates for engagements with Registrars of Deeds in Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Kimberley and Mahikeng, and reminders for Pietermaritzburg, Mthatha and King William's Town.

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eDRS - Registrar's updates

The Chief Registrar of Deeds invites all conveyancers to a number of meetings about the latest developments in the Electronic Deeds Registration System Project.

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Meeting the needs

Lexis® WinDeed is essentially a One-Stop Shop for all stakeholders in a property sale transaction - from the estate agent initiating, to the conveyancer finalising, the transfer.

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Top of class

Mangaung Municipality in Bloemfontein has made impressive improvements with its automated municipal processes largely due to the implementation of Lexis® RatesClearance.

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A giant leap - 2

Mark Heyink argues that the small step of replacing a paper document with an electronic one and a pen signature with an electronic one is indeed a Giant Leap for conveyancing.

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It actually is faster

Cher Chapple underscores the point that the issuing of electronic rates clearance certificates is a lot faster than paper based systems. 

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A giant leap

In an historic development for the conveyancing processes, the South African Deeds Office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer.