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Providing Specialist Services to Australian Conveyancers

Conveyancers provide specialist services to those selling or purchasing real estate or similarly related transactions. The Australian Institute of Conveyancers (AIC) is the peak national body representing and supporting the Conveyancing profession in Australia. The primary objectives of the AIC in each of the five represented states and territory, are to provide a high level of ongoing education and personal development through the Certified Practising Conveyancer (CPC) programme; maintaining a current and topical information flow to members; creating invaluable business opportunities for supporting partners and service providers to the profession; and assisting those entering the property market to find a Conveyancing professional to facilitate their transaction. The AIC has Divisional representatives in New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia; and a further affiliation with the New Zealand Society of Conveyancers. The AIC is governed by a National Council which has developed a dynamic three year strategic plan to enhance the profile and mutual recognition of the Conveyancing profession, encompassing various legislative issue between the jurisdictions; a framework for National Occupational Licensing; and compliance with National Competition policy. Read more…