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Definition of "conveyancer" [con•vey•an•cer]

  • An attorney who passes transfer of immovable property from one party to another. (noun)

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Use "conveyancer" in a sentence
  • "'Why, by business he is what is called a conveyancer; that is to say, he is a lawyer by inspiration.'"
  • "Accompanying him in this is Browne as a jovial, if slightly dodgy "conveyancer", a procurer of rare, or in fact any, items."
  • "However, if there is a mortgage on the flat and/or your home, the lender is likely to insist you use a professional conveyancer to carry out the transfer of ownership."