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conveyancing

[ kuhn-vey-uhn-sing ]
/ kənˈveɪ ən sɪŋ /
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noun

the branch of law practice consisting of examining titles, giving opinions as to their validity, and drawing of deeds, etc., for the conveyance of property from one person to another.

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Origin of conveyancing

First recorded in 1670–80; conveyance + -ing1
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British Dictionary definitions for conveyancing

conveyancing
/ (kənˈveɪənsɪŋ) /

noun

the branch of law dealing with the transfer of ownership of property
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