The course in conveyancing practice involves...

Trusted courses

These courses have been used with great success for more than twenty four years by legal practitioners throughout the country and in Namibia. They are trusted courses, as can be seen from the feedback received.

Two types of course

An Attendance Course in Conveyancing Practice for those who prefer to receive study guidance by attending lectures in preparation for the conveyancing examination.

A Self-study Deeds Course for those who prefer to study on their own, without attending any lectures.

Features of the Attendance Course

Lectures are offered in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein.

A special discount is available on the registration fee for people who register early.

English learners may attend Afrikaans lectures but receive English notes, and vice versa, on condition that these learners specifically indicate this requirement when they register.

If you have previously registered for the Self-study Deeds Course and own your own set of notes and would like to attend the lectures, or if you previously attended the course and want to do it again, you are welcome to contact us for a quotation to register for the Attendance Course.

Features of the Self-study Course

You can register at any time. There is no cut-off date for registration. The only target date is the examination date.

Characteristics of the course material

  • The notes were written as an aid in preparing for the examination in conveyancing practice.
  • They were written for learners who have had no exposure to a conveyancing practice and who have no knowledge of deeds.
  • This is the most comprehensive set of notes available for use in preparing for this examination.
  • These notes were designed for home study.
  • They are made up of three parts of explanatory notes and one part of practical examples.
  • They are available in either English or Afrikaans.
  • The notes are marketed in loose-leaf format, and supplements are available at additional cost, so that the notes can be updated with the latest amendments.
  • Model answers for the last three years’ examination papers are included.
  • The same study notes are used for both the Self-study Course and the Attendance Course.

Closing date for registration

Note: Registrations close one week before commencement of a course. An additional fee of R390 is payable for late registrations at Cape Town, Durban, Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth.

Dates for attendance

The dates can be viewed under register attendance.

Author and lecturer

The author of the course is Gawie le Roux, an attorney, conveyancer and entrepreneur from Pretoria. He is assisted by Erinda Frantzen, an attorney, conveyancer and notary public who has joined his staff. The lectures are also offered by them, DV.


R6,900 or
R6,300 for early registration

Register for Attendance



Register for Self-study

Course Content

The prescribed syllabus for the examination is covered in the following parts and chapters:

Part 1 - Conveyancing Practice and the Deeds Registries Act

Chapter 1 - General background
Chapter 2 - Transfer procedure
Chapter 3 - Agreement of sale
Chapter 4 - Deed of transfer
Chapter 5 - Power of attorney
Chapter 6 - Servitudes
Chapter 7 - Estate transfers
Chapter 8 - Partition transfers
Chapter 9 - Certificates of registered title
Chapter 10 - Township establishment
Chapter 11 - Endorsements
Chapter 12 - Lost deeds
Chapter 13 - Bond procedures
Chapter 14 - Mortgage bonds
Chapter 15 - General

Part 2 - Sectional Title and Deeds Office Procedure

Chapter 1 - Sectional Titles
Chapter 2 - Deeds Office Procedure

Part 3 - Conveyancing Practice and Other Applicable Acts

Section A - The Big Five

Chapter 1 - Value Added Tax
Chapter 2 - Transfer Duty
Chapter 3 - Companies
Chapter 4 - Alienation of Land
Chapter 5 - Intestate Succession

The 2011 brochure is not available at present. The information on our website is correct and up to date.