on 20-12-2017 08:31 PM
States the Organisation name doesnt match name associated with designation identifier (ASIC identifier or GPR) both the Transferor and Transferee are companies so I have no idea which company this refers to plus the names on PEXA match the names on ASIC company searches we hold. Do I simply ignore this or do I have to take some action to avoid a delay in registration? What does GPR stand for?
on 21-12-2017 01:15 PM
This message is returned to PEXA from Landgate.
Landgate Lodgement Verification rules have identified a potential issue.
Warning messages will not prevent successful lodgement.
Unfortunately, without more detailed information I am unable to assist further. That said, I understand it may not be appropriate to share matter details on a public forum.
Therefore, if you are concerned or experience more issues, may I suggest you call the PEXA support desk. The support team will be able to assist you.
Alternatively, contact me @GeorgePolus again and I will make arrangements to discuss with you and Landgate.
on 21-12-2017 02:55 PM
Thank you for your reply. The registered proprietor details on the Title/Landgate are exactly as shown in PEXA. I have asked my PEXA consultant to check this out and advise back.
on 15-08-2018 12:04 PM
Hi George Polus
I have the same problem. I have called Landgate, Pexa and ASIC. Not sure what to do here. The company I have matches the company details in ASIC. I am in WA.
on 15-08-2018 02:04 PM
I will write to Landgate and ask for an explanation of this warning message and specifically, why they fell it important to provide it.
I have also spoken with @AngellaC We will both follow up with Landgate and do our best to obtain a response.
I hope to respond to you soon.
on 29-05-2019 12:32 PM
The message you refer to is returned to PEXA by Landgate.
Given the volume of questions posted on Community regarding Landgate rule: BR00956 I wrote to Landgate in August 2018. Below is a copy of the questions I asked and the responses returned by Landgate (these are in italics).
With specific reference to Land gate rule BR00956:
If the Party Receiving is an Organisation the message is invoked when the Legal Entity Name does not match the full legal name as registered by ASIC.
Correct the entered data if necessary. Lodgement is not prohibited by this message.
Auto registration will fail. If the provided data is incorrect the lodging party may be requisitioned.
Agree. We are currently reviewing all rules in anticipation of our next schema implementation.
I am sorry that I cannot provide more detail as this is all I have.
on 29-05-2019 04:07 PM
Thanks @GeorgePolus for posting Landgate's response regarding this lodgement verification message.
When lawyers/conveyancers are seeing this message we generally advise that they re-confirm all details are correct prior to signing. If they are comfortable to proceed post that, they can sign the documents, noting (as per advices from Landgate) that it will not prohibit lodgement, but auto-registration will fail (meaning that the dealing will be subject to a manual examination).
It will not impact settlement to proceed on that basis.
I hope that helps