What does a conveyancer do?
Licensed Conveyancers are qualified, professional property lawyers who specialise in the legal aspects surrounding buying and selling property in England and Wales.
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Basically, they are specialised experts who will ensure that all documentation, contracts and financial arrangements associated with buying or selling a property or piece of land are in order.
Some of the services that can be performed by a licensed conveyancer include counseling clients on every step of the buying and selling process from contract signing to any legal hurdles that may occur along the way.
Do I need qualifications to become a conveyancer?
Individuals looking to pursue a career as a professional conveyancer must obtain a Level 4 Diploma in Conveyancing Law and Practice.
They should have also achieved 1200 hours practical experience in a conveyancing practice or legal firm supervised by a licensed conveyancer or a solicitor.
As part of their application in applying for a conveyancing licence, applicants may also need to complete and pass an assessment examination by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC).
How to apply for a conveyancing licence
To apply for a conveyancing licence you must register with the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC).