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Australian Institute of Conveyancers WA Division Inc.

Supporting settlement agents in WA, the Australian Institute of Conveyancers WA Division (AICWA) is the peak industry body representing the Conveyancing Industry.

The AICWA is a member of the National Insitute (AIC) and contributes to the advancement of the Industry across Australia.

The WA Division is a member of the National body being the Australian Institute of Conveyancers, and also has affiliations with the New Zealand Society of Conveyancers. To ensure best practice, ethical standards and appropriate service standards for the conveyancing profession, the Institute obliges members to adhere to a Code of Conduct.

The Institute works very closely with Landgate, the Office of State Revenue and the Department of Commerce (Consumer Protection) where required to ensure benefits for the Conveyancing profession and the consumers who avail themselves of such services.

CORE SERVICES

The Institute has set goals for the advancement of the profession of conveyancing in WA.

The role of the aicwa is to promote the interests of settlement agents within the Western Australian government and other private organisations involved in the real estate profession.

Training & Events

27 November 2020

AICWA Stewart Title Christmas Party 27th Nov 2020 6pm-9pm

November 27
The Royal Hotel, Corner of Wellington St and William St
Perth, Western Australia 6000 Australia
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$70.00 – $80.00
02 December 2020
02 December 2020

2nd Dec 2020 CPD Training – WEBINAR Duties & Obligations (core 20CAICM01)

December 2
AICWA, 30/443 Albany Hwy
Victoria Park, WA 6100 Australia
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Free

The Australian Institute of Conveyancer WA Division Inc. (AICWA)
is run by an elected council of members, who oversee the operations of the AICWA office.

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