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.
Residual documents available in PEXA
There are 112 Residual documents available to PEXA customers. A further 27 Residual documents will be released in Quarter 4, 2019. The mandate to lodge the remaining documents electronically will be advised to industry prior to taking effect.
Documents to support practitioners in electronic lodgment are available below and at Key documentation:
- Land Registry transactions available for electronic lodgment using an ELN (Excel, 54.3 KB)
- Guide to Residual documents in PEXA (DOCX, 123.6 KB)
- Request to accept paper lodgment form (DOCX, 38.7 KB)
More dealings available in SPEAR ELN
The SPEAR Electronic Lodgment Network (ELN) was launched in 2018 to facilitate electronic lodgment of plan-based applications under the Subdivision Act 1988. The system was enhanced in 2019 to enable Subscribers to electronically complete, validate and lodge plan-based applications with Land Use Victoria (LUV), including those under the Transfer of Land Act 1958 and Local Government Act 1989. The Land Registry transactions available for electronic lodgment using an ELN (Excel, 54.3 KB) has been updated to show all application types available in SPEAR.
For more information on becoming a SPEAR ELN Subscriber, visit the SPEAR website: https://www.spear.land.vic.gov.au/spear/pages/lodging-parties/about-lodging.shtml
Page last updated: 01/10/19