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conveyancingnoun [U]

uk   /kənˈveɪ.ən.sɪŋ/ us   /kənˈveɪ.ən.sɪŋ/ specialized
the process of moving the legal ownership of property or land from one person to another: When we bought our house, we did our own conveyancing instead of using a lawyer.
(Definition of conveyancing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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conveyancingnoun [U]

/kənˈveɪənsɪŋ/ uk   us  
LAW, PROPERTY the work involved in the legal process of moving land or property from one owner to another: conveyancing costs/fees/services
(Definition of conveyancing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “conveyancing”
in Chinese (Simplified) (财产或土地的)产权转让…
in Chinese (Traditional) (財産或土地的)産權轉讓…
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