If your company holds a corporation conveyancer licence, you'll be emailed a renewal notice approximately 60 days prior to the licence expiring. You're then able to renew your licence online.
If the licence has expired:
- within 90 days after the licence expiry date, you can apply to restore the licence – you'll need to pay the restoration fee
- more than 90 days past the expiry date, you'll need to reapply for the licence.
Note: You can update the email address and the primary contact mobile number when you renew online. If other details need to be updated, refer to change the details on a conveyancer licence.
To be eligible to renew:
- you must be a director or company secretary of the corporation
- at least one director must hold a conveyancer licence
- the corporation must be considered fit and proper to hold a licence and not be disqualified.
What you need
- a MyServiceNSW Account - you can create one when you start your application
- 2 proof of identity documents
- the corporation licence number
- the renewal number (as shown on your renewal notice)
- your payment.
Proof of identity
How to renew
- Select the 'Renew online' button.
- Log in, or create your MyService NSW Account.
Follow the prompts to renew a conveyancer licence.
When you submit your application you'll get a confirmation email.
If you're unable to submit online:
- Print and complete your renewal notice.
- Visit a service centre along with your proof of identity documents and payment.
To renew or restore a corporation conveyancer licence with NSW Fair Trading, you’ll need to create or log in with a MyServiceNSW Account.
By logging in you consent to sharing your name and email address in your MyServiceNSW Account with NSW Fair Trading, a division of the Department of Customer Service.
The Conveyancer licence – Privacy Collection Notice explains how your personal information will be handled once it is shared by Service NSW.
You cannot work if your licence has expired.
You can review transaction payment options on our payment methods page.