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From 1 May December 2018, Western Australia takes its next step towards 100% digital property settlements.
Below are some of your network’s frequently asked questions regarding the transition online. I will continue to add to the post as questions arise and we encourage you to ask your questions below.
- All combinations of transfer transactions in PEXA- Standalone transfers- Standalone caveats and withdrawal of caveatsPlease see Landgate Bulletin No. 289 for more information.
*No. Documents lodged in paper and electronically through PEXA will only be accepted during normal business hours.
PEXA is currently working with Landgate and the Office of State Revenue to introduce these transactions into a future release and will provide further updates as they become available.
David Morrissey, Bankwest’s Executive Manager of Digital Operations Strategy, recently announced the availability of Bankwest Trust Accounts to all customers. Click here to read the entire post and for more information.
No, a free text field for caveats will not be available by 1 May.
Landgate has advised that they will accept these caveats over the counter.
*Section 10 – Landgate FAQs
Our vision has always been to support the property industry as it transitions to a 100% digital conveyancing process. While the compliance date has been extended to 1 December, we remain committed to ensuring that everyone is trained and ready. We continue to take your feedback seriously. Please feel free to leave us your thoughts here on how we can help WA become a digitally enabled settlement community.
OK so Application by survivorship once registered and the title has been updated to the survivor's name it is then PEXA-able.
So why not the same for an Executor as P.O.T. once registered on the title?