What is AIC?

What is the Australian Institute of Conveyancers?

We are the peak body representing specialist conveyancers in Australia. The Institute has set goals for the advancement of the profession of conveyancing across the nation and is committed to best practice.

We currently have Divisions of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers in New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia , Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia , with affiliations with the New Zealand Society of Conveyancers.

Conveyancers specialise in property and have specific training and skills in all areas relating to the sale and purchase of real estate and related transactions. Conveyancers are currently licensed or registered in New South Wales , Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. At present we are working towards the licensing of specialist conveyancers in Queensland.

National Council has developed a dynamic three year strategic plan. This plan encompasses various legislative issues including mutual recognition of conveyancers between the jurisdictions, a framework for national licensing of conveyancers, and compliance with National Competition policy.

Consumers, in all states and territories, deserve to have a choice in the delivery of conveyancing services and be able to reap the benefits of specialist conveyancers.

We are committed to ensure that there are nationally consistent legislative frameworks for conveyancers and the appropriate consumer protection in place in all States and Territories.