Western Law Societies Conveyancing Protocol

The Western Law Societies Conveyancing Protocol was jointly developed by the law societies of Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. It sets out enhanced standards of conveyancing practice, with the goal of providing excellent client service in residential sale, purchase, and mortgage transactions.

The Protocol was created in 2001, updated in 2009, and is tailored for use in Manitoba.


The Western Law Societies Conveyancing Protocol (Manitoba). See also Excerpts from the Protocol below for individual Parts and Schedules in separate documents.

A free online, on-demand course that provides a summary of the Protocol. Law Society of Manitoba Members are eligible to record 1 hour of CPD activity upon completion of the course.