Welcome to ARNECC
The Australian Registrars' National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC) was formed in 2011 under the Inter-Governmental Agreement for an Electronic Conveyancing National Law (IGA) for the purposes of co-ordinating a national approach among the States and Territories to the regulation of an electronic environment for completing conveyancing transactions.
The establishment of National E-Conveyancing is an initiative of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to provide a single national electronic conveyancing system for use throughout Australia.
ARNECC was created to ensure a consistent national approach in the regulation of National E-Conveyancing.
The chair of ARNECC is Mr Brenton Pike, Registrar General, Land Titles Office, South Australia, who has been appointed for a period of two years.
To achieve a national approach, communication and consultation with key stakeholders involved in the conveyancing industry is essential.
What’s new online
- Model Participation Rules (PDF 779.7 KB)
- Model Operating Requirements (PDF 1.1 MB)
- ARNECC responses to industry feedback on Draft v2 MPR (PDF 266.6 KB)
- ARNECC responses to industry feedback on Draft v2 MOR (PDF 203.9 KB)
ARNECC online newsletter
In addition to the usual consultation processes associated with the introduction of new legislation, ARNECC intends to keep stakeholders informed of development of the essential components of the National Legislative Framework through a regular ARNECC newsletter.