A conveyancer is a professional who specialises in the legal process of transferring ownership of property from one person or entity to another. They play a crucial role in the conveyancing process, which involves several steps, including verifying the title of the property, preparing and reviewing legal documents, and registering the transfer of ownership with the relevant government agency.
Conveyancers are attorneys who have specialised training and experience in property law. They work closely with buyers, sellers, and any relevant financial institutions or government agencies to ensure that the transfer of ownership is legally valid and meets all relevant requirements.
The role of a conveyancer is to ensure that the conveyancing process is carried out efficiently and effectively, while protecting the interests of their clients. They provide expert advice and guidance on legal matters related to the transfer of property ownership, and work to ensure that all legal requirements are met to avoid any potential disputes or issues in the future.
All conveyancers are attorneys, but not all attorneys are conveyancers.