He was an accomplished mathematician and was extensively employed in surveying and conveyancing.
Thomas Hood also mentions both hackney-coaches and cabs in one of his comic poems, conveyancing.
Besides these, the Year-Book makes mention of stockbroking and conveyancing as professions that women are beginning to adopt.
Mr. Treadman, who attended chiefly to the conveyancing, lived at the office, with his family.
The beneficial operation of the conveyancing Act 1881 in shortening conveyances is well illustrated by a modern mortgage.
Clerks in the Solicitor's Office are examined also in conveyancing, and in the general principles of equity and common law.
I think I see him now with his bald, shining pate, and his finger on an open page of ‘Preston’s conveyancing.
He knew nothing of fee or seisin, or the laws of conveyancing, as his white brother knew it.
Since the conveyancing Act 1881, “convey” has become as common as “grant,” which was formerly used.
Hand in the documents, and let the matter be submitted to the conveyancing counsel for a draft.