Practical Skills 4: General Practices & Procedures

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A conveyancing business needs to run efficiently, whether large or small. For this reason general office practices and procedures are important to establish and maintain. This course will examine general office practices that should be established for a conveyancing office.

The importance of creating and maintain office procedure manuals, checklists and Lands Title Office procedures will ensure a conveyancing office runs efficiently and provides an excellent service to its clients.

Practical Skills 1: Intro to Interests & Dealings in Land

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This course provides an introduction to real property and different interests and dealings in land that are recognised in South Australia. You will learn about estates in land and the different interests in land that can be registered, including a mortgage,lease, encumbrance, easement, caveat and a lien.

Practical Skills 2: Opening, Managing and Closing a File

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Conveyancing is a process. Opening, managing and closing a client file is integral to this process. This course considers the steps a conveyancer must take when acting for a party to a conveyancing transaction, from opening through to closing a client file.

Practical Skills 3: Contractual Issues for Clerks

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This course explains the law of contract and how it is relevant to the conveyancing process. The six essential elements of a contract are explained and how each of those elements are satisfied in a contract for the sale of land.

Practical Skills 9: Introduction to Form 1

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This course introduces students to the Form 1. This is a statement made pursuant to s. 7 of the Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) Act 1994 (SA). When a contract for the sale of land is made this form must be given by the vendor of land to the purchaser at least 10 clear days before settlement. This course examines the contents of the Form 1 and its relationship to the rights of the purchaser to cool off.