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Conveyancing Services:

When you use Alliance Conveyancing, you can be assured that you are being looked after by the best, most trusted and most qualified professionals in conveyancing.

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Major changes to home building laws:

Prepare for new home building laws: If you are in the home building industry, or building or renovating your home, be aware of changes resulting from new laws.
The changes were shaped through extensive consultation with industry, home owners and key stakeholders.
Most changes commence on 15 January 2015. Further amendments concerning contract requirements will commence on 1 March 2015.

Contact: Fair Trading

National e-Conveyancing NSW:

National e-Conveyancing NSW: Property Exchange Australia (PEXA) was formed to fulfil a Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agenda item to deliver a national electronic conveyancing solution to the Australian property industry.
Supported by the NSW Government, PEXA will enable industry participants to settle property transactions, lodge instruments with land registries, and pay associated duty and other disbursements.
Electronic conveyancing went live in New South Wales on 8 October 2013. The initial release provided functionality for financial institutions to lodge Mortgages and Discharges through the PEXA platform.
On 10 November 2014 the second release of electronic conveyancing expanded the range of functions to include financial settlement and the lodgment of transfers and caveats. This release allows subscribers such as solicitors and conveyancers to transact through PEXA. Legislation is pending in NSW Parliament that will introduce priority notices as part of our electronic conveyancing reforms.

Contact: National e-Conveyancing NSW

Property Exchange Australia (PEXA):

PEXA: To find out more, including information on becoming a subscriber to PEXA visit

Contact: Property Exchange Australia (PEXA)

e-Conveyancing FAQs:

e-Conveyancing FAQs: Visit the Registrar General’s Directions website for e-Conveyancing FAQs and FAQs regarding Control of the Right to Deal (CoRD) and eCT, settlement and eCT, and procedural and administrative matters.

Contact: e-Conveyancing FAQs

Swimming Pool Regulations:

Please vist Fair Trading NSW for the latest regulations.

Contact: Fair Trading

Residential Parks:

Reform of the residential park laws: The NSW Government is replacing the Residential Parks Act 1998 with a new Act to improve the governance of residential parks. For details visit the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Bill page.

Contact: Fair Trading

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