ARNECC was formed under an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) in 2011 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.
To ensure its focus on this objective and to communicate its priorities in achieving it, ARNECC maintains a Strategic Statement.
The statement summarises ARNECC’s progress to date and expresses its intentions over the next 12 months and beyond, identifying its immediate priorities and longer term objectives.
During 2016 ARNECC’s priorities are to:
- support acceleration of the take-up of electronic conveyancing
- establish an effective compliance and enforcement program, and
- ensure roll-out to the remaining jurisdictions is completed.
With a longer term focus, ARNECC’s priorities are to:
- continue to look for opportunities to improve consistency of practice across jurisdictions
- identify the most appropriate regulatory model for the future, and
- understand the pathways to the full digitisation of conveyancing transactions.
The statement is reviewed annually as part of ARNECC’s strategic planning process.
Download the current ARNECC Strategic Statement (PDF 398.1 KB) adopted in January 2016.