AICSA Celebrates 50 years

2022 marks the 50th year of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers SA (AICSA) Division (formally known as the Land Brokers Society).

The purpose of the Institute remains to represent, support and advocate for the conveyancing profession in South Australia.

Strathalbyn Conveyancing are members of the Institute and regularly attend events and training organised by them to keep up-to-date with the ever-changing needs of our industry.

Both Nicole and Karen will achieve Certified Practicing Conveyancer status for this year as an acknowledgement of their time and endeavour to keep their training and knowledge up-to-date.

Training to become a Conveyancer
Formal training to become a Registered Conveyancer is conducted through the TAFE SA course Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing. On the job experience is necessary to learn the intricacies of being a Conveyancer. Strathalbyn Conveyancing welcome any queries about the profession and its rewards, please feel free to contact us if you are thinking of a career in Conveyancing.

This year, the training offered by AICSA looks interesting and includes information on Trusts, Encumbrances, Commercial Property Transactions, Matrimonial Transfers and Business Settlements, to name just a few. Along with crucial business sessions on Human Resources, GST, Tax and Accounting Issues. AICSA are also holding a regional training day at Victor Harbor, which is always a great day of learning, networking, and catching up with industry peers. 2022 is looking like another action packed and eventful year!

Our Office Updates
In January, our office welcomed the return of Michelle in a part time role. Michelle is a Registered Conveyancer and she enjoys looking after our clients with their Settlements and Land Division transactions. She is also chief of our social media accounts – so look us up on Facebook and Instagram.

The Strathalbyn Conveyancing team also includes Belinda and Sue who assist the Conveyancers with their day-to-day duties and are the friendly, welcoming voice on the end of the phone when you ring our office.

Due to COVID we are currently minimising face-to-face interviews and have a range of options that enable our clients to complete documentation and Verification of Identity checks. These are discussed at the time of preparing your file so we can meet your needs as best as possible, whilst protecting us all from exposure to COVID.

We currently recommend phoning our office before calling in to see whether your query can be resolved by phone. Hopefully, we can get back to face-to-face connections sooner rather than later.

Strathalbyn Conveyancing look forward to assisting you with your property goals in 2022. We aim to take the stress out of transferring your property.