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What happens if a settlement is delayed?

What happens if a settlement is delayed? What happens if a settlement is delayed? This week’s guest blog is from Ben Ballard, from Complete Removals. Ben explains below when a settlement is delayed, what they do for their clients when there is a hiccup on settlement day. Unfortunately, due to factors outside of our control,…

Tuckfield Conveyancing | Information storage with TIMG

Storage with The Information Management Group

Information storage with The Information Management Group (TIMG) Setting the standard in information storage With the introduction of e-Conveyancing, Conveyancers must now retain a copy of all supporting evidence for 7 years. The Registrar-General of the Lands Titles Office audits Conveyancing Firms to ensure that evidence is retained. “As our

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits - Tuckfield Conveyancing

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits Moving forward with e-conveyancing This week Tuckfields got to sit down with Matthew Kelly, a PEXA Direct Specialist from Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). We discussed the benefits of e-Conveyancing, some of the changes it brought about and the benefits of transacting online. We have discussed in the past, the

Tuckfield Conveyancing | Conveyancing email scam: advice to keep you safe

Conveyancing email scam: advice to keep you safe

Cyber-crime Hits the South Australian Conveyancing Industry – A Blog By Forerunner Computer Systems This week we were fortunate enough to have Forerunner Computer System (our “go to” IT team) offer to write a blog to help keep our clients safe after the recent Cyber-crime Conveyancing Email Scam that has targeted the South Australian conveyancing…