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con·vey·anc·ing

 (kən-vā′ən-sĭng)
n.
The branch of legal practice dealing with the conveyance of property or real estate.
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conveyancing

(kənˈveɪənsɪŋ)
n
(Law) the branch of law dealing with the transfer of ownership of property
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con•vey•anc•ing

(kənˈveɪ ən sɪŋ)

n.
the branch of law dealing with the examination of property titles and the drawing of documents for the conveyance of property.
[1670–80]
con•vey′anc•er, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.conveyancing - act of transferring property title from one person to another
transference, transfer - transferring ownership
legal transfer, livery, delivery - the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another
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Translations
قانون نَقل الملَكيَّـه
převádění majetku
tilskødning
tulajdonátruházás
prevádzanie majetku
tapu işleri

conveyancing

[kənˈveɪənsɪŋ] N (Brit) (Jur) → preparación f de escrituras de traspaso
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conveyancing

[kənˈveɪənsɪŋ] n (LAW)rédaction f des actes de cession de propriétéconveyor belt [kənˈveɪərbɛlt] nconvoyeur m, tapis m roulant
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conveyancing

n (Jur) → (Eigentums)übertragung f
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

conveyancing

[kənˈveɪənsɪŋ] n (Law) → redazione f di transazioni di proprietà
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

convey

(kənˈvei) verb
1. to carry. Huge ships convey oil from the Middle East.
2. to transfer the ownership of (property by legal means).
conˈveyance noun
1. the act of conveying. the conveyance of goods.
2. a vehicle of any kind. A bus is a public conveyance.
conˈveyancing noun
the branch of the law dealing with transfer of property.
conˈveyor noun
a person or thing that conveys.
conveyor belt
an endless, moving belt carrying articles from one place to another in a factory etc. She put nuts on the chocolates as they went down the conveyor belt.
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References in classic literature ?
He is called to the bar; and with admirable industry and self-denial has scraped another hundred pounds together, to fee a Conveyancer whose chambers he attends.
In dirty upper casements, here and there, hazy little patches of candlelight reveal where some wise draughtsman and conveyancer yet toils for the entanglement of real estate in meshes of sheep-skin, in the average ratio of about a dozen of sheep to an acre of land.
Corin Ashbee-Waugh, Sales & Marketing Director at XML2U said, "In the course of their normal activities, real estate agents and brokers regularly refer clients to associated businesses like mortgage brokers, conveyancers, surveyors and others.
In the survey of conveyancers undertaken by the author in April/May 2019, 55% stated that they had seen increased work volumes in the last 12 months (a decrease from 66% in the previous year).
Martin-Kaye Solicitors has its head office in Telford, and now a trio of residential conveyancers are relocating to the Tettenhall Road branch as a direct result of increased business in the area.
Conveyancers The conveyancers who will be relocating are Wendy Pullar (licensed conveyancer), Amandeep Siddoo (solicitor), and Ellesse Wilson (legal assistant).
More than 700 solicitors, licensed conveyancers and conveyancing professionals enjoyed the gala night dinner.
This is usually done by both solicitors/ conveyancers reading out the contracts over the phone (which is recorded) to make sure the contracts are identical, and then immediately sending them to one another in the post.
Local law firm, Armstrongs Attorneys, Notaries and Conveyancers has been awarded the Diamond Arrow Professional Management Reward (PMR), a continental accolade of recognition.
Five-year fixed-rate products doubled in popularity too, from less than one in 10 to two in five, according to conveyancers Legal Marketing Services.