If you are not a lawyer, conveyancer or bank you may not be eligible to lodge electronically.  Please refer to how to lodge electronically to determine whether you meet the eligibility criteria in the Participation Rules.  If not, please refer to Forms, fees and guides for paper lodgment.

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Reflecting on the Victorian journey

Land Use Victoria's Paul Major speaks candidly to PEXA about the Victoria's progression towards 100% electronic lodgment.

Today, 90% of all lodgements are completed online in Victoria. This is set to increase as we cross the 1 August 2019 milestone, as scheduled by Land Use Victoria, which will bring the state closer to that magic 100% mark. It’s safe to say the Victorian e-Conveyancing network has made significant strides since its first practitioner transaction, a caveat, back in 2014. Click here to continue reading....

More Residual documents available in PEXA 

More than 90 Residual documents were made available to PEXA customers on 22 July 2019.  This takes the total number of Residual documents available in PEXA to 112 (18 were released earlier this year).  A further 27 Residual documents will be released before 1 October 2019.  For a complete list see Land Registry transactions available for electronic lodgment using an ELN (Excel, 50.5 KB).

Electronic lodgment mandate: From 1 August 2019, for conveyancers, lawyers, authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) and other Subscribers to an Electronic Lodgment Network (ELN), Residual documents available in an ELN will be required to be lodged using an ELN. 

Documents to support practitioners in this change are available now at Key documentation and include:

Registrar’s requirements for paper conveyancing transactions

Under section 106A of the Transfer of Land Act 1958 the Registrar of Titles determined Version 7 of the Registrar's Requirements for Paper Conveyancing Transactions (DOCX, 871.2 KB), effective from 11 July 2019.

Version 7 contains the following substantive amendments relating to electronic lodgment:

  • for conveyancers, lawyers, authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) and other subscribers to an Electronic Lodgment Network (ELN), require all Instruments available in an ELN on 1 August 2019 to be lodged electronically;
  • for conveyancers, lawyers, authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) and other subscribers to an Electronic Lodgment Network (ELN), require all Instruments available in an ELN on 1 October 2019 to be lodged electronically;
  • require plans and surveys to be submitted in SPEAR;
  • require owners corporation information to be submitted using the Excel spreadsheet available in SPEAR.

Page last updated: 31/07/19