A property lawyer is a specialist lawyer, admitted by the High Court of South Africa. Also referred to as a conveyancer, and their services are there to oblige all transactions that relate to property and transfer of ownership. The process in which legal ownership is obtained links to three different areas of conveyancing process. They not only handle transfer of ownership but also deal with bond registrations and bond cancelations. In addition to this, it is their responsibility to uphold a detailed and careful service to their clients, which means they are obligated to keep their clients informed about the proceedings and progress of the transaction, in an attempt to protect their clients’ best interest as best they can. When it comes to utilising the services of a property lawyer it is often a legal requirement, as their services is a legal must in the conclusion of property transfer. While their services are seldom optional, careful consideration should be given to the level of experience and skills when choosing a property lawyer.