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A list of links to resources from both LPLC and the wider legal industry that are useful in conveyancing matters.


Sale of land — questions for the vendor

Purchase of land — questions for the purchaser

Tax issues


LPLC face to face verification of identity checklist — LPLC recommends practitioners take reasonable steps to identfy all clients.

Practice risk guide

Claim free conveyancing

Other resources

Property websites and comments — another LPLC webpage with a list of links and commentary

News & Alerts


On the LIV website you will find vendor and purchaser checklists, information about eConveyancing, LIJ articles and blogs about property law.

LIV property law resources
Verification of identity (VOI)

LIV verification of authority and right to deal checklist

LIV VOI checklist

Texts available from the LIV bookshop

Conveyancing Victoria — Simon Libbis

Sale of Land — William Rimmer and David Lloyd

LIV practice support

E: [email protected] | T: +61 3 9607 9378

LI trust account enquiries

Visit LIV Trust Accounting Online | E: [email protected] | T: +61 3 9607 9336

LIV ethics

E: [email protected] | T: +61 3 9607 9336 | Try searching the ethics rulings for relevant issues. Also refer to the other ethics resources.

Land use Victoria forms and guides for using the new forms
  • Land Use Victoria has published new versions of approved forms containing
    new options for signing by practitioners on behalf of clients.
  • See LUV Customer Information Bulletin 166 June 2017 for more details about the new forms and client authorisations and certifications. You can subscribe here to receive the bulletins.

The client authorisation form is available from ARNECC
  • A client authorisation form authorises a practitioner to act and to sign documents on their client's behalf.
  • Use of the client authorisations is prescribed with effect from 26 May 2017.


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Thomson Reuters

SAI Global


Reliable Legal Precedents



  • There are numerous products available to assist conveyancing practitioners. For example, information provides can provide relevant certificates and searches. Some organisations provide conveyancing precedents.
  • You can find a list of ASIC approved information brokers here.

Duties onlineRemember to select ‘Duties form’ when logged on as the administrator in Duties Online to be able to access the SRO all-in-one duties form.

For example brochures on:
  • sale of land
  • owners corporations
  • retirement villages.
Practitioners may wish to refer clients to the publications issued by Consumer Affairs Victoria.

Most practitioners who need to initiate a court proceeding in a conveyancing matter, such as an application pursuant to s.49 of the Property Law Act 1958 (Vic), will brief a barrister.Contact the barrister’s clerks for a referral to a barrister who specialises in property law.

AustliiTry doing ‘noteup’ on Austlii to find other resources relevant to the legislation or case being considered.
LexusNexisExplore the products and publications available by searching ‘real property’.
JadeSign up to receive an email with latest decisions.
BenchmarkSign up to receive an email with latest decisions.
1001 Conveyancing Answers by Russell CocksA great place to start when looking for an answer to your conveyancing questions.

Conveyancing Resources.pdf

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This document contains a list of links to helpful resources.

Download Conveyancing Resources.pdf