Categories for Self Represented Party

Landgate require Verified ID & Authority for Buyers & Caveators

31/1/2018
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CIB 305 Change to Western Australian Registrar and Commissioner of Titles’ Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority – fraud mitigation  31 January 2018 As foreshadowed and as part of their fraud mitigation strategy, the Western Australian Commissioner of Titles and the Registrar of Titles have updated their Joint Practice for Verification of Identity and Authority (VOI Practice) for paper-based transactions. The updated VOI Practice more closely aligns to the requirements for national electronic transactions.  The changes seek to improve...

Launch of Property Reporting Online service

18/10/2017
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New Commonwealth Government legislation came into effect on 1 July 2017 requiring more information to be provided to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) when ownership of a property changes. This applies to all buyers and sellers across Australia. The requirements are a COAG initiative to enable the ATO to develop consistent and comparable datasets in the national database, which will reduce tax error and increase tax compliance.   Every state and territory is implementing the data collection in accordance with individual...

Verified ID to include Buyers & Caveats starting 28/8/17

22/8/2017
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All parties of a Landgate Transfer or Caveat (including withdrawal) documents will need to have verified ID starting 28 August 2017 but in full compliance by 28 February 2018. Self represented parties Verified ID will have an increased cost to consider from 28/8/17. bulletin_no_299.pdf Download File Change to Registrar and Commissioner of Titles’ Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority – fraud mitigationAs foreshadowed and as part of their fraud mitigation strategy, the Western Australian Commissioner of Titles and the...