Gain practical insight into conveyancing practice changes with this popular course.
Applications are being accepted for the Diploma Centre’s Certificate in Conveyancing, which provides a practical insight through precedents and learning through problem-based scenarios.
The ‘pre-contract investigation of title’ (PCIT) system, which improved the conveyancing process by ensuring any queries relating to the property’s title are raised and resolved before the contracts are signed, is a fundamental change to the legal practice and procedures involved in buying and selling property. Starting on 14 March, the certificate provides participants with a comprehensive overview and understanding of the PCIT system and of the issues currently relevant to conveyancing practitioners.
Modules in 2024
The course covers the following themes:
- Fundamentals of conveyancing
- Land Registry updates
- Ethical issues
- Tax issues for conveyancers
Who should apply
This course is reserved for solicitors and trainees. It will appeal to seasoned professionals who are looking for a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the practical issues that they are currently facing. It will also appeal to newly qualified members, as it will provide a strong grounding in conveyancing practice and the law regarding residential and commercial property – areas that remain the bedrock of many practices.
For further information visit: www.lawsociety.ie/diplomacentre or contact Suzanne Crilly, Solicitor, course leader.