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E-dealing - an update on your compliance requirements - Webinar Package

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Robbie Muir  
Robbie Muir
Registrar-General of LINZ

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E-dealing is now part of every property lawyer’s way of doing business and we take for granted things that only a few years ago seemed somewhat improbable.  The solicitor who certifies conveyancing transactions plays an important role in maintaining the integrity of the Register.

That privilege and onus carries with it certain obligations.  Compliance with these obligations is routinely tested by LINZ auditing.  Over the 5 years of auditing much has been learned by LINZ and understanding the potential pitfalls will be very helpful to all property lawyers and their staff. 

Have someone from your staff access this webinar, or do it yourself, to assist your firm to achieve a painless, “big tick” first time from a compliance review or an audit.

In addition, there are revised verification of identity requirements which are shortly to be promulgated by the Registrar- General of Land.  Learn first-hand what these are from Robbie Muir himself.

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Author(s): Robbie Muir
Published: 14 October, 2010
Pages: 62


The Landonline e-dealing system has been in operation since 2003. Having made the transition from the paper-based system, law firms are now well accustomed to registering land title transactions in a fully electronic environment. The convenience and efficiency of online registration is something we have come to expect and even take for granted. Internationally, New Zealand is recognised as a world leader in this area and ranks very highly in jurisdictional benchmarking comparisons of property registration systems.  

The integrity of the e-dealing system relies in part upon the professional responsibility of the lawyers and conveyancers who, by virtue of their occupational credentials, are entrusted with the authority to certify electronic land title transactions. It is therefore essential that high standards of practice are maintained in these matters.

The following material has been prepared as a ‘refresher’ on the key compliance requirements.


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