AIC Australian Council

Role of the AIC Australian Council

The governing body of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers is its Australian Council. The role of the AIC Australian Council is to:

  • represent the views of the conveyancing profession
  • set policies (reviewed annually) to achieve the Mission and implement the Objectives set out in the Constitution
  • oversee the operational functions of the AIC as it implements the strategic measures

The Council monitors the issues and environment impacting on conveyancers Australia-wide and develops strategic initiatives and responses to advance the AIC Vision of a national profession of conveyancers.

Council representatives

The AIC Australian Council consists of the President (elected annually at the AGM) and two representatives nominated by each Division.

A Division may also nominate an alternate representative who attends if an appointed representative cannot attend.