Definition of Conveyancers

1. Noun. (plural of conveyancer) ¹



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Definition of Conveyancers

1. conveyancer [n] - See also: conveyancer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conveyancers

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convexo-convex
convexobasia
convexoconcave
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convexoconvex
convexoconvex lens
convexoplane
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conveyal
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conveyance
conveyance of title
conveyancer
conveyancers (current term)
conveyances
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conveyer belt
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conveyeth
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Literary usage of Conveyancers

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1. Institutes of American Law by John Bouvier (1854)
"OF conveyancers. 2426. A conveyancer is one who makes it his business to draw deeds of ... It is usual for conveyancers to act as brokers for the seller. ..."

2. The Canada Law Journalby William S. Hein & Company by William S. Hein & Company (1877)
"PRACTICE OF conveyancers. Questions of real property law, many in number, and great in importance, have been settled by conveyancers, whose course of ..."

3. The Rights and Liabilities of Husband and Wife by John Fraser Macqueen (1905)
"Accordingly, we have, among other expedients, the celebrated " conveyance to uses to bar dower "; which, of all the inventions of the conveyancers, ..."

4. An Introduction to Conveyancing, and the New Statutes Concerning Real by William Hayes (1840)
"Though no direct opinion has been judicially pro- The old rule nounced upon the question, whether the statute warrants conveyancers; any relaxation of the ..."

5. The Practice of the Law in All Its Departments: With a View of Rights by Joseph Chitty (1834)
"(A) recognition of that description of legal agents, now called Certificated conveyancers, and they seem to have been allowed to practise rather for revenue ..."

6. A History of Taxation and Taxes in England from the Earliest Times to the by Stephen Dowell (1888)
"Attorneys and Solicitors, Proctors, conveyancers, and Special Pleaders. A TAX on the legal profession imposed, by Pitt, in 1785, the same year as the taxes ..."

7. Reminiscences of Charles Butler, Esq., of Lincoln's-Inn by Charles Butler (1827)
"Charge against conveyancers, Solicitors and Attornies, . ... It seems to attribute them in a great measure to the conveyancers, solicitors and attornies. ..."

8. Law and Lawyers: Or, Sketches and Illustrations of Legal History and Biography by Archer Polson, James Grant (1840)
"... Lord Keeper Guilford, and John Selden—Amateur conveyancers— Profits of ... Custom of conveyancers—Real Property Decisions—Lengthy Conveyances. ..."

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