Welcome to the website of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers NT Division (AICNT), the peak body representing specialist Conveyancers in the Northern Territory. The Institute has set goals for the advancement of the profession of conveyancing in NT and is committed to best practice. Conveyancers in the NT operate under the Agents Licensing Act NT - https://legislation.nt.gov.au/Legislation/AGENTS-LICENSING-ACT# and are bound to adhere to the regulations therein. • The NT Division is a member of the National body being the Australian Institute of Conveyancers. To ensure best practice, ethical standards and appropriate service standards for the conveyancing profession, the Institute obliges members to adhere to a Code of Conduct • The Institute works very closely with official bodies where required to ensure benefits for the Conveyancing profession and the consumers who avail themselves of such services.

Conveyancer News

NSW land titles registry leased for $2.6 billion to Hastings Funds Management, First State Super

18 August, 17,

The Berejiklian government has announced it will lease the state's 150-year-old land titles registry to Hastings Funds Management and First State Super, after accepting their bid of $2.6 billion. Premier Gladys Berejiklian, flanked by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, said the 35-year concession of Land and Property Information (LPI) would lead to better customer service and a "massive" infrastructure boost.

Just in from the ATO

19 August, 16,

Key points: ATO identified more than 270 breaches of foreign investment rules and issued 150 penalty notices by EOFY on June 30 Penalties totalled $695,980, or an average of $4,640 each Mr Abbott introduced higher penalties after 2014 inquiry revealed no prosecutions for breaching rules since 2006