To increase the capability of transfer documents that can be lodged electronically, Landgate has been working with RevenueWA and the Electronic Lodgment Network Operators (ELNOs) to develop an e-conveyancing hub. The hub enables duty information to be passed from RevenueWA to the ELNOs via Landgate’s systems.
The first phase of the e-conveyancing hub will launch on 09 October 2023.
From 09 October 2023, there will be greater transfer document capability. This will increase the types of transfer documents that are eligible to be lodged electronically by industry professionals. The increased capability extends to Certificates of Title where the ownership is already registered in a capacity, such as an executor, administrator, or trustee in bankruptcy.
For an up-to-date list of duty transactions that are eligible for electronic conveyancing, please refer to Revenue WA’s e-conveyancing information page - Lodge documents using eConveyancing
The second phase of the e-conveyancing hub will further increase the scope of transfer documents eligible for electronic lodgement. Landgate and RevenueWA are currently working with the ELNOs on development and deployment of the enhancements to their systems required to enable these transactions.
Under the Transfer of Land Regulations 2004, eligible transfers prepared by industry professionals must be lodged electronically. We understand that some transactions will already be in preparation, known as “in-flight transactions”. An in-flight transaction will be accepted for paper lodgement, providing the transfer document:
- was not eligible for electronic lodgement before 09 October 2023 and
- is supported by an Offer and Acceptance or written agreement dated before 09 October 2023.
For more information on the upcoming changes, including frequently asked questions, please refer to our E-Conveyancing Toolkit, or email email@example.com.