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Introduction

If your company wants to do legal work in relation to property transactions such as a sale or lease of land, or the granting of a mortgage, you'll need to apply for a conveyancer's licence. You can do this online.

The licence requirement does not apply to an incorporated legal practice or solicitor corporation.

Eligibility

What you need

  • corporation's details
  • business name registration from ASIC (if applicable)
  • details of director(s)/secretary
  • copies of directors' identity documents (such as driver's licence, photo card, passport)
  • someone who'll be named as the licensee-in-charge of the business who already holds a current individual conveyancer’s licence
  • evidence of professional indemnity insurance
  • Notification of partnership particulars form – PDF (if applicable)
  • Licensee-in-Charge Details – PDF (if applicable)
  • interstate licence if operating within 50 kms outside NSW borders (if applicable).

How to apply

  1. Select the 'Apply online' button.
  2. Download, print and complete any applicable forms.
  3. Accept the Terms and Conditions.
  4. Select 'Start'.
  5. Log in or create an account.
  6. Complete the online form.
  7. Attach all relevant documentation.
  8. Submit your application.

If you don't wish to apply online:

  1. Complete the Application for a conveyancer licence - corporation – PDF.
  2. Make sure you've attached all the required documents and filled in the payment details.
  3. Submit your application in person at a service centre.
You'll be taken to another website.