Profession conveyance clerk
Conveyance clerks provide services for the legal transference of legal titles and properties from one party to another. They exchange the necessary contracts and ensure all properties, titles and rights are transfered.
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The legal transfer of property from the owner to the buyer in order to ensure that the buyer knows about the restrictions and rights that come with the land.
- Property law
The law and legislation that regulates all the different ways to handle property, such as the types of property, how to handle property disputes and property contract rules.
- Legal research
The methods and procedures of research in legal matters, such as the regulations, and different approaches to analyses and source gathering, and the knowledge on how to adapt the research methodology to a specific case to obtain the required information.
- Legal terminology
The special terms and phrases used in the field of law.
- Revise legal documents
Read and interpret legal documents and proofs about happenings in relation with the legal case.
- Pose questions referring to documents
Revise and formulate questions in regards to documents in general. Investigate about the completeness, confidentiality measures, style of the document, and specific instructions to handle documents.
- Compile legal documents
Compile and collect legal documents from a specific case in order to aid an investigation or for a court hearing, in a manner compliant with legal regulations and ensuring records are properly maintained.