Practice Management

Conveyancing skills

About the 1-day workshop
Conveyancing is generally described as the administrative and legal procedures necessary to transfer ownership (and other rights) in immovable property from one person to another.

The above definition gives the impression that conveyancing is an uncomplicated and straightforward process. However, that is generally not the case and practitioners are often faced with distinct challenges and issues when attending to conveyancing work.

The one-day interactive workshop considers and examines some of the challenges and issues that arise in the practise of conveyancing. and recommends the skills required to practise conveyancing effectively and efficiently. Advice and guidance will be given on inter alia:

  •  what efficient conveyancers do to perform their function very well;
  • how to manage conveyancing matters and conveyancing staff in a conveyancing practice; and
  • conveyancing issues or problems to be aware of and avoided.

Cathleen Peter-Swart (B Proc, BA Honours English, PG Dip Labour Law, LLM Property Law). Cathleen is a practising attorney, notary public and conveyancer at Peter-Swart Attorneys in Johannesburg.

She also lectures on the ABC of Conveyancing at the LSSA LEAD School for Legal Practice in Johannesburg.

Durban 20 August 2012
Port Elizabeth 21 August 2012
East London 22 August 2012
Pretoria  23 August 2012
Johannesburg 24 August 2012
Cape Town 27 August 2012
Bloemfontein 28 August 2012

 LEAD makes use of reputable venues. The venue for this seminar will be confirmed with registration confirmation.

Who should attend?
Newly admitted conveyancers who require practical tips on how to practise more effectively. Candidate attorneys and practitioners who intend writing the conveyancing examination.

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