Prior to the advent of Covid, conveyancing companies and legal firms were working out new ways to deliver reams of paper to their clients electronically. Covid made it acceptable. Today, we are talking about how conveyancing has switched to electronic means, and how it is easier for clients who want to sell or buy a home.
The lovely Kiani Mills, from KLM Conveyancing, helps clients all over Australia buy and sell property in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, and is here today to explain to us the electronic conveyancing process, especially when operating out of 3 states.
1. How has conveyancing changed in the last 10 years?
2. What is the electronic conveyancing process?
3. Docusign is used for both signing the contract of sale as well as other processes through the sales process, explain how Docusign works?
4. Docusign is what the buyers and sellers see, what other aspects are of the conveyancing process is now done electronically?
5. How does the electronic conveyancing process help buyer and sellers in terms of:
c. Reduced paper costs and postage? Is there any need for postage anymore?
6. Is there anything that needs to be still done in 'old school ways?'
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