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The e-Conveyancing Process Explained

At this point in time, technology is racing ahead, and as a result most paper based forms of transaction and communication are quickly becoming obsolete. The reality is no different for conveyancing. Electronic conveyancing or e-conveyancing for short is starting to replace the more traditional form of paper-based conveyancing. Already, most firms use emails to communicate and most documents are scanned as digitally saved as back-ups. e-Conveyancing has several benefits including greater security and integrity, as well as a faster and cheaper transaction.

How is the e-conveyancing process carried out?

Although the process seems lengthy and complicated, in practice it is very simple. Almost everything will be done electronically and every step of the process will be recorded for the other parties to see. As time goes on the procedure will become smoother and simpler as everyone will get used to it and all the conveyancing firms will eventually adapt electronic conveyancing.

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