COVID-19: Execution of documents: key Australian legislation and legislative instruments | Practical Law

COVID-19: Execution of documents: key Australian legislation and legislative instruments | Practical Law

An overview of the key Australian legislation and legislative instruments affecting the execution of deeds, agreements and other documents, and other associated matters, as implemented in response to the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

COVID-19: Execution of documents: key Australian legislation and legislative instruments

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Law stated as at 03 Dec 2021Australian Capital Territory, Federal, New South Wales...Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia
An overview of the key Australian legislation and legislative instruments affecting the execution of deeds, agreements and other documents, and other associated matters, as implemented in response to the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
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For a series of quick reference guides to the current law and regulations in each Australian State and Territory (including any arrangements relating to electronic signing and remote witnessing in response to COVID-19) that affect the execution and witnessing of various documents in that jurisdiction, including agreements, deeds, powers of attorney, statutory declarations and conveyancing instruments, see Toolkit, Execution of deeds, agreements and documents: Quick guides to execution and witnessing in Australian States and Territories.