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conveyance

Law
a. a transfer of the legal title to property
b. the document effecting such a transfer
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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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(88) Chris Merritt, 'Conveyancing Market Too Tough', Australian Financial Review, 12 September 2003.
The survey by reallymoving.com, a provider of instant on-line quotes for homemovers showed that more than a third (37 per cent) of respondents did not know what the term 'conveyancing' meant.
Barnetts conveyancing partner Tony Swift said: "There is still a lot of uncertainty about Hips and these findings should act as a wake-up call.
Ross's historical materials reveal that between the statute of 1571 and Twyne's Case in 1601, the very idea of what counted legally as fraudulent conveyancing was less unified than is commonly noted, its ambiguities pervading the culture in surprising forms (including abduction of women) that extend to the works studied in this book--William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Merchant of Venice, Philip Sidney's Arcadia, and Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene.
The awards are widely recognised as being the most coveted in the conveyancing industry and 2017 has seen a 50% increase in the number of applications.
The Homebuyer Conveyancing Quotes Calculator provides the savvy search tools to compare Conveyancing Solicitors fee and disbursements costs by price, location and by Mortgage Lender.
"This year is our 20th anniversary and being named once again as the Best Overall Conveyancing Firm of the Year is fantastic recognition for everyone at Howells Solicitors who has contributed towards our success during this time."
Since qualifying Adrienne has worked in residential conveyancing and brings a wealth of experience.
Lisa Stronach was with another firm but about to start with BHP Law when she found herself representing a client whose home was being bought by BHP's head of conveyancing Sally Hare.
"We analyse what steps are needed to complete the transfer, check the title of the property and verify that the seller is in fact the registered owner and that the title is as represented in the sale," said Robert Pacella of Emirates Conveyancing
This brings the conveyancing team to five members with two joining in the last six months.