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Digital platform set to sweep through Australian property practices


By Neasa MacErlean

11 August 2015 at 07:12 BST


Six out of ten law firms working in conveyancing are planning to adopt the digital platform PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) within two years, according to a survey of 500 practitioners.

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PEXA was rolled out across the country in late 2014, supported by state governments and four of the leading banks, as a national online system for buying and selling property. 

Top trends

The survey was conducted by GlobalX Legal Solutions, a business which has partnership agreements with PEXA. Looking at the research results of the survey in general, GlobalX's CEO Peter Maloney said: 'We're finding the technologies that have the biggest impact are those that are disrupting the norm.' The biggest trends having an effect on lawyers, according to the survey, are - in order of priority - cloud-based technology, electronic conveyancing, mobile technology and data security. Source: Lawyers Weekly

 
   
 
 
 

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