Last updated: 20 December 2019
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Residual documents in PEXA are a large collection of infrequently lodged registry documents that previously had to be lodged in paper. These can include Acts, Legislations, or other document types that don't fall into any of the main categories currently available in PEXA. To address this, we’ve created a new category called Other Documents that comprises all residual documents so users can now create and lodge them via PEXA.
Download a copy of Land Use Victoria information sheet on Residual Documents here.
These documents are accessible to users of any Workspace role but we recommend that the document is created by the subscriber in the role of To Deal with an Interest.
We've categorised all residual documents into one location — Other Documents — to make it easier for you to find. To create a residual document, navigate to the Document screen and select Create Documents > Other Documents. As we continue to release more residual documents, they will also be found in this Section.
Some residual documents may require you to upload and attach a scanned copy of the instrument (in PDF format). Check the requirements for your jurisdiction to determine if an attachment is required to support the dealing.
Residual documents will be incrementally released throughout 2019 and as they become available, we'll list them here.
Please refer to the Guide to Residual Documents in PEXA for specific requirements for each residual document.
Land Registry Victoria also provides additional information about residual documents on their website.
Important: In R11.0.0, we're going to remove the Actions Cog button from the Participants and Documents screen. This affects the navigation path to select action items on these screens. We will update the help articles soon to reflect these changes.
In addition to the general steps on how to create a residual document, please also refer to the specific requirements for each document.
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