|Get practical background on the work of a conveyancing assistant
About this course and what the programme includes
The aim of this course is to provide a practical background on the work of a conveyancing assistant. Upon completion of the course, attendees should be able to cope better on their own in this fast-paced environment since the training is practice-orientated.
Attendees will gain a better understanding of conveyancing and will obtain the tools to enable them to handle the registration of a property transaction more efficiently.
Immovable property, ownership and real rights | Land use | Property descriptions in title deeds | Freehold, leasehold and sectional titles | Sectional Titles | The Deeds Office, the Conveyancer and the Conveyancing Paralegal | FICA | Transfer duty | Marriages | The conveyancing process | Subdivisions and Consolidations | Responsibilities | Lodgment covers | After lodgment | After registration | Statement of account (Transfer)
What previous participants said
This course rated excellent
• The course was very enlightening and informative.
• The presentation was excellent.
• The course is very informative and although I have been working in this line for a few years now
• It was useful for me as I am a non-practicing attorney with no conveyancing background.
• Thank you for hosting such an informative and well presented Course.
• Everything was explained well regarding conveyancing
• The lecturer was very clear on every detail from the start. No need to wonder what he was talking about.
Mike Gregory was admitted as a conveyancer and notary public in 1982. He started lecturing to attorneys wishing to write the conveyancing exam in 1993 and continues to do so for LEAD. He compiled the course material for the exam preparation course. Mr Gregory practices for his own account as a conveyancer dealing with township developments, transfers, mortgage bonds and general conveyancing transactions. He is also admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales where he has practised for a number of years.