on 07-08-2018 01:52 PM
the lodgement instruction always shows not successful, and i cannot save and also cannot tick the issuing box. and i contacted bank, bank said they cannot tick the box either, could you please let me know how to do, settlement due tomorrow 11AM
on 07-08-2018 02:11 PM
The Responsible Subscriber will need to review and make any necessary edits to the Lodgement Instructions prior to signing. If there is an Incoming Mortgagee, this is their task to complete; if not, the Incoming Proprietor will be responsible.
Something to check is whether the order of lodgement is correct - if there are multiple documents in the lodgement case, they need to be positioned in the correct order for the Land Registry to accept and process (for example, a Discharge of Mortgage will need to appear prior to a Transfer).
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07-08-2018 05:34 PM - edited 07-08-2018 05:38 PM
Hi @EJConvey further to what @HeatherC mentioned above, the CT Controller may have lodged the nomination and opted to 'retain control of the title after the transaction' this party is effectively telling the land registry that they want control of the title after the documents in the lodgement case have been lodged at the land registry. This will prevent the issuing instructions from being ticked in the lodgement instructions as there is no requirement for a new title issued once the documents have lodged as this title is returning as an eCT to the current CT Controller (the party that lodged the nomination).
If this is incorrect I'd suggest sending a conversation to the CT Controller in the workspace and request they withdraw their nomination in the workspace and if required, re-nominate.
on 08-08-2018 01:53 PM
I am following the responses to this thread, and I do not understand what "nomination" means. When does it happen and who can "nominate". I am trying to educate myself with the various steps in a PEXA settlement and have not encountered this situation with the few matters I have done so far. Please bear with my ignorance.
on 09-08-2018 11:02 AM
Nomination is the Victorian equivalent of the NSW Consent that the CT Controller has to prepare in the workspace.
The only real difference is that a VIC Nomination is lodged, within the same workspace, prior to the settlement.
All other documents will not be "Successful" until the Nomination is lodged.
VIC Nomination is only required if the CT Controller is not also lodging another document (e.g. discharge of mortgage)
The NSW Consent is lodged with all the other documents.