Australian Institute of Conveyancinghttps://www.aicvic.com.au/ Contact Conveyancing Lab
Who is the AIC?
The AIC is the peak national body that represents licensed and employee Conveyancers in Victoria. They deliver training, support and information to the conveyancing community at the highest standards. AIC VIC is the Victorian division that works for the benefit of its members and the community. While the main focus of AIC VIC is on State members and issues, they also address national issues through the AIC National. The Vic Division of the AIC is guided by a committee that is elected annually.
What Does the AIC do?
The AIC aims to enhance the interests of all Victorian Conveyancers and to build the confidence of the public in the State’s conveyancing industry. These are achieved by the following:
- by providing advice, support and education to all of its members
- to form and promote high standards of work practices, ethical conduct, education and professionalism
- to administer their CPC (Certified Practising Conveyancer) Program. Once awarded to a Conveyancer, CPC status can then be used to promote their business and expertise.
- to participate in policy discussions with government and other groups alike, all of which are conveyancer-related
- to represent the interests of all its members and the public in conveyancing-related legislative reform.