Your Protection

Our Licensed Conveyancers are members of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers, NSW Division.

Licensed Conveyancers must be covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance as a condition of their licence. This insurance provides compensation for you if any mistake or error is made by the conveyancer in your transaction. We also take out the extra Cyber Security Insurance as well. This is reassurance for you that you are dealing with a professional in their field of law.

The laws relating to conveyancing are constantly changing. A Conveyancer is required to have completed courses of continuing education throughout each and every year of their licence to keep up with these changes. Additionally, constant practical dealings by the conveyancer in no other field of law but conveyancing, provide extensive experience and knowledge to assist you with any issues that may arise in your matter.

Cyber Security is a priority. We do not operate a trust account so please do not ever act on an email or letter asking you to transfer funds into a trust account for us. The only account details we will provide you for settlement is a PEXA source account or we will call to advise of any changes. We always notify you to contact us to confim account details verbally before making the transfer.

We keep up to date with the latest Cyber security software through out IT company.

We use a Legal Practice Management System which is a secure cloud system to store all your files electronically assuring you they are safe with passwords and codes to login and safely shred the hard file one settlement is complete. 

World Class Conveyancing are conveniently located in Sydney at Bankstown and Miranda, and on the Central Coast at Erina.

World Class Conveyancing PTY LTD

ABN 95 618 310 884
Corporation Lic: 05008195
Personal Lic: 05003091


Cyber security is a priority which is why we share documents with you via a secure portal: Law Connect. Our trust account details will be notified within that portal and will not change during your transaction. Please ensure to be cautious of any emails you receive purporting to give account details or requesting yours. We cannot accept responsibility if you transfer money into an incorrect bank account.