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Property conveyancing is transferring the legal title of property from one person to another. The person who is performing the procedure of transferring the legal title of property from one person to another is known as property conveyancer.

A licensed property conveyancer has many tasks to perform like managing all legal documents and making contract. And also they make sure that you had read all the legal documents and contract before signing them and provides them with reliable advice if required.

In 22 years at NKU, Winstel owns a 458-156 record. She is also the all-time leader in career wins for Norse basketball. The Sunday Challenger Classic will be held Dec. 20-21 in Regents Hall. NKU will play Shaw (N.C.) in the first round at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20. Fort Valley State will meet Glenville State at 5:30 in the other first-round game that evening. The consolation game will be held at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 21, followed by the championship at 7:30 p.m. On Feb. 12, 2004, Myers scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as NKU rallied for a 63-56 victory over SIUE in Regents Hall. Myers scored 17 points in the second half as NKU fought back from a 36-30 deficit with 14:58 left in the game. She keyed a 28-10 Norse run with 12 points as NKU built a 58-46 lead with 3:38 remaining in the game.

It was a dejected Northern Kentucky University locker room Thursday night following the men's basketball team's first home loss of the season. Though the Norse are off to a winning start with a 5-3 record, they fell to 2-3 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference after blowing a 10-point second half lead and losing to Lewis, 75-68. It was the Flyers' first win at Regents after 11 straight losses. Lewis had not posted a road win at NKU since a 97-88 win on Feb. 11, 1993.

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Inconsistent play, which has plagued the Norse through the first eight games, was on display again Thursday night against the Flyers, who entered the contest winless in the conference after their first four games. The Norse never got into a rhythm with their offensive motion and suffered through streaky shooting, scoring lapses and blown assignments on defense, because they weren't quick enough to their spots. Even so, the Norse led 38-30 at halftime on the strength of 58.3-percent shooting from the field. But when Lewis sharpshooter Anthony Scala got hot in the second half, NKU never recovered.

NKU senior guard Mike Kelsey's drive down the lane gave NKU a 42-34 lead with 17:37 to play. But the Norse made just two shots from the field during the next 13 minutes. Following Kelsey's jumper and Steve Turner's reverse layup for Lewis, Scala scored 11 consecutive points with three three-pointers to fuel a 14-0 run that put the Flyers ahead, 49-44. The Norse never regained the lead and fell behind by 13 with 4:33 to play, but a 9-0 run capped by a Derek Smith free throw pulled NKU back to within four, 65-61, with 2:45 left. Smith led NKU with 18 points and seven rebounds.

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