History of AICNT

Conveyancing Agents licences began to be granted in the Northern Territory in 1993 when the legislation first was passed, and the Australian Institute of Conveyancers NT Division was soon registered.

One of the early achievements of the very small Committee was to arrange and host the National Conference of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers in Darwin in 1996 (In 2015 it was held in WA). Conveyancers from all over Australia seized the opportunity to come to Darwin and participate in the various activities, such as Mindil Beach Markets, a welcoming ceremony at Government House addressed by Austin Asche, and a starlight dinner/BBQ in Fannie Bay Goal as well as many educational conferences throughout the long weekend. The event is still talked about and many couldn’t believe how we arranged such prestigious locations.

Many presidents of the AIC NT are to be congratulated on their tireless input into the consolidation and growth of the profession, including the implementation and amendment of various legislation. These include Jeff Hockley (dec’d), Bill Palmer, Nick Thomas (dec’d), Trish McIntyre, Trevor Tschirpig, John Douglas, Sonia Roberts & Kristin Bannerman and now joined by the President-Elects, the first if whom is Nicole Myler.

In 2014 the AICNT Committee has arranged the commencement of the Certified Practising Conveyancers (CPC) program which entails an ongoing educational program for those who have been licensed for 3 years or more. There are now more than 30 licensed Conveyancing Agents in the NorthernTerritory.

AIC NT one of 6 state divisions

AIC NT is one of six State Divisions of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers. The other Divisions are in New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.

Members of the AIC NT Division are recognised as professionals who are qualified, knowledgeable and experienced in conveyancing matters.

Being an Institute member testifies to their dedication to continuing professional development and personal improvement. Membership provides credibility amongst other professionals, clients and employers.

CPC registered members

CPC registration for our members assures the public that the member has continued their professional development and is up to date in all matters in relation to conveyancing.