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Discuss the underlying aims behind the shift to electronic conveyancing and consider the impact this shift will have upon the operation and core objectives of the Torrens framework

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Law in the United Kingdom Real property law Law Australian property law Property law Legal professions Solicitors Conveyancing Torrens title Robert Torrens Land registration Closing Robert R Torrens
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Law in the United Kingdom Real property law Law Australian property law Property law Legal professions Solicitors Conveyancing Torrens title Robert Torrens Land registration Closing Robert R Torrens
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The development of NECS is an initiative to bring Land Titles Administration into the 21st century. The system has been introduced to create an efficient and convenient way of lodging land title dealings for registration and completing property based transactions. The electronic conveyancing system introduces a number of benefits and potential challenges upon the Torrens system in Australia. If the national electronic conveyancing system can face potential challenges it is capable of solving operational problems and troublesome aspects within traditional conveyancing, the Torrens System. The system has the potential to enhance ...
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