Recorded Webinar: Electronic Conveyancing – New Practice Platforms and Ethical Dimensions (Legal Ethics)

 

27th February 2019

Duration:  1 hour

 ABOUT THE WEBINAR

Electronic conveyancing is here and with it some practical ethics challenges.

This session looks at what they are and how to handle them effectively, including:

  • Transitioning to electronic conveyancing – is there a client cost issue to consider?
  • Client identification and timing issues –ethical risks and how to manage it
  • When you have to revert to a paper-based settlement – the risks of delay
  • Skill base of conveyancers – the risks of inadequate training
  • Disclosure issues on fees – legal and ethical risks examined
  • Fraud risk and the responsibility to contain it
  • Managing conflicts of interest arising in econveyancing procedures
  • Ethical and practical issues arising from the entry of multiple Electronic Lodgment Network Operators
  • Case studies
 PRESENTER
Our presenter

Tony Cahill, Legal Author and Commentator, Chatswood

Tony Cahill was admitted as a solicitor in 1981. In July 2002 he commenced a ‘sabbatical’ from private legal practice to concentrate on legal education and writing.

He was a co-author with Russell Cocks and Paul Gibney of the first New South Wales edition of 1001 Conveyancing Answers, and is currently a co-author of Conveyancing Service New South Wales and Annotated Conveyancing and Real Property Legislation New South Wales, both published by LexisNexis.

 WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This webinar is suitable for property lawyers - Australia wide and it has been designed to deliver the Legal Ethics compulsory subject CPD unit for the CPD year ending 31st March 2019.

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: lisa@tved.net.au
Product Code: WB13FEB19
 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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