The difference between a Conveyancer and a Conveyancing Lawyer in Melbourne

Posted by Melissa Barlas on

You may have found yourself wondering, what's the difference between a conveyancer and a conveyancing lawyer?

Melbourne Conveyancer

A conveyancer is only trained, qualified and insured to conduct a conveyancing transaction, which includes preparing for and attending to the transfer of property.

That’s where the buck stops.

If a conveyancer steps outside of their insured scope, and they do something wrong that causes you loss or expense, you may not be covered by their professional indemnity insurer if you make a claim to recover your loss or expense.

A responsible Melbourne conveyancer will outsource to a conveyancing lawyer what they are not trained, qualified and insured to perform. But that means you’ll be spending more money to hire a Melbourne conveyancer AND a conveyancing lawyer.

So, for added piece of mind and protection, and to save yourself money in the long run, hire a Melbourne conveyancing lawyer from the beginning of your transaction.

Melbourne Conveyancing lawyer

A Melbourne conveyancing lawyer is trained, qualified and insured to do the conveyancing AND to give you legal advice, prepare legal contracts, handle any legal problems or deal with any complex issue that arises before or after settlement.

Now that’s value for money.

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