A conveyancer is responsible for managing the legal aspects of a property transfer. Some of the key tasks that a conveyancer should perform include:

  1. Conducting a title deed search to ensure that the property is free from any legal encumbrances or disputes.
  2. Drafting the necessary sale agreements and other legal documents required for the transfer process.
  3. Facilitating the payment of transfer duties and other costs associated with the property transfer.
  4. Registering the transfer of the property with the relevant deeds office.
  5. Providing guidance and advice to clients throughout the transfer process.
  6. Ensuring that all legal requirements are met and that the transfer is conducted in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.

Ultimately, the conveyancer’s job is to ensure that the transfer of the property is completed smoothly and legally, and that their client’s interests are protected throughout the process.