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Joining the Property Law Section is a great way to stay up to date on this dynamic area of law, meet influential lawyers and shape future legislation.

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View the conveyancing checklists, LIJ and blog electronic conveyancing articles, the Property Law Disputes Resolution Committee and more.

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About Property Law

Property Law focuses on the broad issues related to real property. Property practitioners require a good understanding of:

  • the conveyancing process and the issues which can arise;
  • owners corporations;
  • subdivisions;
  • taxes and duties that are levied on real property;
  • mortgages and securities;
  • property development and interaction with planning law;
  • leasing law;
  • statutory restrictions affecting real property; and
  • matters affecting title and interest, including adverse possession and compulsory acquisition.

 
Property Law Accredited Specialisation

The Property Law Accredited Specialisation program has operated since 1994.  Accreditation recognises that Property Law Specialists demonstrate superior knowledge, experience and proficiency and provides confidence to those engaging accredited Property Law Specialists of their enhanced skill levels and expertise in property law.  Components of the assessment program test both written and advocacy skills, as well as requiring a demonstration of deep legal knowledge.  For further information on becoming an Accredited Property Law Specialist, see here.  For a list of Accredited Property Law Specialists, see here.

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  • eConveyancing 100% Digital Lodgement

    The Law Institute of Victoria is committed to assisting its members understand and adapt to the changes in conveyancing in the lead up to 1 August 2019 and beyond, through written resources and tailored professional development. Access resources, news, information and more.



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