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conveyance

Law
a. a transfer of the legal title to property
b. the document effecting such a transfer

conveyance

1. The transfer of property from one person to another.
2. The document or instrument by which this transfer is effected.
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As part of the conveyancing process, a conveyancer will do a set of legal searches to ensure there are no other factors you should be aware of.
Should I wait until I have sorted my mortgage before I formally instruct a conveyancer? I always advise our clients not to wait for their mortgage offer to be issued before instructing a conveyancer.
UK's HSBC Holdings Plc (LSE: HSBA)(NYSE: HBC) (HKG: 0005) is planning to set up a panel of solicitors and licensed conveyancers to provide legal services to the bank's home buying mortgage customers, Mortgage Finance Gazette has said in an online report.
In 2008, it argued in a submission to the Productivity Commission on mutual recognition schemes that it was 'erroneous' to claim that the occupation of conveyancer did not exist in Queensland.
This is usually done by both solicitors/ conveyancers reading out the contracts over the phone (which is recorded) to make sure the contracts are identical, and then immediately sending them to one another in the post.
If your conveyancer tells you something else is needed: make them tell you why - they need to be able to justify why they are spending even more of your money.
Peter Ross, director and conveyancer for Gateshead estate agent Ross Estates Ltd, appeared at Newcastle Magistrates' Court.
The earliest statutory regulation of lawyers in Queensland was initiated in 1927 by the Queensland Law Association--the solicitors' professional guild--but had to deal both with the merged roles of barristers and solicitors and with the related practice of court-licensed nonlawyer conveyancers. As a result, the Queensland Law Society, as the Association was renamed, was eventually to gain the power to issue practising certificates and to seek the discipline of any person who, whatever their professional title, practised 'as a solicitor or conveyancer'.
A dodgy conveyancer is used to inflate the value of the properties on these dummy sales, creating a false price bracket.
*Scams when you are due to complete the purchase or sale of your property, by intercepting funds or getting you to transfer funds into their bank accounts instead of your conveyancer *Quick-sale and too-good-to-be-true property investment scams Am I at risk?
"Each one of them has their own caseload, which is directly supervised and audited by a senior conveyancer.
Partner Jan Thompson said: "We are expanding generally though more particularly in the private client and residential conveyancing departments." Ms Du'Quesnay joins from conveyancer Simply Conveyancing - she was previously with Blackhams Solicitors and Young & Lees.