Conveyancing deals with the transfer of property or real estate.
At the time of writing this article Queensland Law states that conveyancing clerks are unable to “act” for clients unless they are engaged by a solicitor.
By engaging a law firm to act on your behalf you have the benefit of knowing there is insurance cover in the instance you need to litigate. A clerk or conveyancer, outside the perimeter of being employed by a solicitor is unable to provide insurance protection.
This is when you act without legal representation.
There are pros and cons to acting for yourself.
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