For information on the legislative and lodging requirements for a transaction please navigate to the relevant dealing type on the Forms, Fee and Guides page .
Alternatively, for residual documents, refer to the Guide to residual documents in PEXA.
- Entitlement to sign Registry Instruments
- Lodging fees
- Model Operating Requirements Guidance Notes (ARNECC)
- Model Participation Rules Guidance Notes (ARNECC)
- Operating Requirements for ELNOs (DOCX, 1.2 MB)
- Participation Rules for Subscribers (DOCX, 1.2 MB)
- Registrar's Requirements for Paper Conveyancing Transactions (DOCX, 863.7 KB)
- SPEAR Participation Rules (DOCX, 570.8 KB)
- Electronic Conveyancing National Law (ECNL)
- Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA)
Australian Registrars' National Electronic Conveyancing Council
The Subscriber providing the certifications.
Statements made by a Certifier that they have undertaken a specific action.
|A Person who has, or Persons who have, appointed an Australian Legal Practitioner, a Law Practice or a Licensed Conveyancer as their Representative.|
A document by which a party to a conveyancing transaction authorises a subscriber to complete a conveyancing transaction electronically.
A transaction that involves one or more parties and the purpose of which is:
(a) to create, transfer, dispose of, mortgage, charge, lease or deal with in any other way an estate or interest in land, or
(b) to get something registered, noted or recorded in the titles register, or
(c) to get the registration, note or record of something in the titles register changed, withdrawn or removed.
|eCT||Electronic Certificate of Title|
The use of an ELN to lodge an Instrument with the Land Registry.
Electronic Conveyancing National Law
Electronic Lodgment Network
Electronic Lodgment Network Operator
A statutory instrument which forms part of a conveyancing transaction e.g. Transfer of land.
The office of the Registrar of Titles.
The Registrar of Titles determines requirements for paper transactions. The Requirements also include direction as to what Instrument types must be lodged in an ELN.
Generic Instrument types to be lodged in an ELN and categorised as one of the following: change proprietorship, record an instrument, vary an instrument, remove an instrument or request an action by the Registrar.
A person who is authorised under a participation agreement to use an ELN to complete conveyancing transactions on behalf of another person or on their own behalf.
Verification of identity - reasonable steps to verify the identity of a client.
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