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- LPLexis® PropIQLexis PropIQ is an easy-to-use, once off, in-depth online reporting tool that empowers consumers to make an informed decision whether to buy, sell or invest in a property with key property information.
- LELegislationYour most comprehensive collection of national, provincial and local government legislation available in online, bound, loose-leaf or mobile digital format.
- LMLexis® MobilePut the power of LexisNexis in your hands with Lexis Mobile—the practical, convenient way to get instant access to loose-leaf content on the go.
- LWLexis® WinDeedLexis WinDeed is South Africa's leading online search tool for individual, company and property information.
- LLLexis® LibraryLexis Library is South Africa’s most comprehensive online legal research tool, offering you a collection of trusted legal commentary on all aspects of the law, for thorough, reliable legal research.
- LALexis® AgentIQLexis AgentIQ is a sophisticated Comparative Market Analysis Tool offering South African property professionals in depth property information in an easy-to-use, interactive and personalised online environment.
- LGLexis® GatewayLexis Gateway is a secure messaging switch servicing the conveyancing industry with over 2 000 active attorneys. Typically, messages are switched between bank systems (in this case Lexis Instruct) and the attorney's document generation and practice
- LTLexis® TrackerLexis Tracker is the automated matter progress reporting tool that allows your clients and stakeholders to stay in the loop in real-time, and you to stay in control.
- LCLexis® ConnectLexis Connect is a web-based application used by accountable institutions to communicate with groups of external service providers doing work on their behalf on a case by case basis, in a secure and compliant fashion. The system is targeted towards
- LILexis® InstructLexis Instruct is a secure, web based, out-of-the-box attorney instruction and pipeline management solution. It enables instructing parties, such as Banks and Attorneys, to create matters, and to send and receive instructions about transfers and