Review of the Intergovernmental Agreement for an Electronic Conveyancing National Law – Draft Report
The submission to Dench McClean Carlson (the Reviewer) in response to the Review of the Intergovernmental Agreement for an Electronic Conveyancing National Law Draft Final Report (Draft Report) was prepared
At the outset of this submission, the Law Council wishes to emphasise its position that interoperability is a non-negotiable feature of the future of the eConveyancing market. In the Law Council’s view, competition in this market will drive innovation for improved products and services for users (particularly consumers) and maintain pressure on prices.
The Law Council generally supports many of the Draft Recommendations and provides the comments for assistance to the Reviewer.
You can read the full submission below.
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