Welcome To Black Conveyancers Association

The Black Conveyancers Association (BCA) was formed in May 2005 in response to the historical inequalities in the conveyancing industry. As the only identifiable, credible black conveyancing organisation, this organisation is instrumental in advancing and representing the interests of black conveyancers nationally.

What does the BCA do?

The BCA -

  • ensures the continuation, growth and development of black-owned firms with specific emphasis on commercial and conveyancing practices;
  • advances, promotes and represents the interest of members in all spheres of commercial law and conveyancing;
  • builds capacity among black legal practitioners and provides training opportunities;
  • initiates mentorship programmes for members; and
  • establishes community outreach projects.
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Objectives

To advance and represent the interests of BLACK CONVEYANCERS practising for their own accounts, as well as conveyancers employed by wholly owned bona fide black legal practices.

To advance, promote and represent the interests of all black conveyancers, private companies, developers, private individuals and the general public and to do such other things as are incidental and conductive to the attainment of the afore-going objectives.

To ensure compliance by all institutions with Black Economic Empowerment legislation, regulations, charters and codes.

To advance the reservation of conveyancing work in all spheres of practice government, local councils, financial institutions, corporates, private companies and developers for specific firms accredited by the Black Conveyancers Association.