04-12-2018 01:31 PM - edited 07-12-2018 02:21 PM
I’m pleased to announce that from 17 December 2018, a number of changes to PEXA’s Notice of Acquisition (NoA) will be released. The updated NoA will now include the field ‘Lot and Plan’ among others. Your feedback has been instrumental to these upgrades and a full list of changes can be found below.
PEXA’s updated NoA document will be officially available from Monday next week and will include important fields required by councils and water authorities. These additional fields remove the need for external NoA generating software, helping ensure a streamlined experience.
How to access the NoA
Thank you for your feedback. Please continue to share your ideas and suggestions as we are always looking to improve our services for you.
List of NOA changes
on 04-12-2018 05:47 PM
Please also put the purchasers date of birth on it do it complies with legislative requirements for it to acceptable by councils - then allow it to be emailed directly from docs to councils.
07-12-2018 01:54 PM - edited 07-12-2018 02:02 PM
Hi Louise, the purchaser's DOB should be appearing on the exiting NoA. Please direct message me your workspace details if this is not showing on your latest NoA.
We are working on a solution regarding sending the NoA direct to council and water authorities. At least with this update to the NoA you can be confident in sending the PEXA NoA to authorities and it will contain all relevant info.
Thank you for the feedback though.
on 01-02-2019 02:47 PM
The Notice of Acquisition prints with the 'Back' button and 'Help' and 'Feedback' tabs visible. I would definitely suggest having it generate a proper PDF of the Notice of Acquisition, like PEXA does with the Settlement Completion Record. As it is currently, this isn't enough of a professional-looking format for us to use to send to the Council and Water Authority.
on 15-02-2019 10:58 AM
We are unable to right click and save the NOA document as a PDF, it only is able to be saved as a HTML link/Web-Page this way. Please change this so we can easily save the form as a PDF and email to relevant authorities, rather than having to constantly print out.
on 15-02-2019 11:04 AM
Agree that there should be a 'one click' option for downloading a PDF however in the interim, you can "Print as PDF" instead of printing (quicker than printing and scanning and also saves paper!)