Last updated: 29 April 2019 Jurisdiction: ALL Additional Resources: Help Card
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 calledOther Documentsthat 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.
Where can I find Residual Documents in PEXA?
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.
Do I need to include any attachments?
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.
List of Residual Documents
Residual documents will be incrementally released throughout 2019 and as they become available, we'll list them here.
If you represent participants who are on-title then create or join the Workspace in the corresponding role, or switch roles to the correct corresponding role (for example, Proprietor on Title, Mortgagee on Title).
If you represent participants who are not on title, we recommend creating the Workspace in the Representative role of To deal with an Interest.
Start typing the name of the document or a keyword for the document (e.g. "173" or "Dealings") to locate the relevant Act / Legislation / Document from the list.
Select the document from the list and click Proceed.
Complete the form and Save it when you're done.
If required, Upload and Attach File to the document. Some residual documents may require you to attach a scanned copy of the instrument to be lodged together. Check the requirements in your jurisdiction to determine if this is required.
Navigate to the Files screen.
Click Upload File and select the file you'd like to upload.
Click Upload when done.
On the Files screen, click Cog > Attach next to the file you want to attach to the instrument.
View, Sign, and Lodge the documents. We recommend that you view the documents before you sign and submit it for lodgement.
Navigate to the Documents screen.
Select Lodgement Instructions > Cog > Edit.
Review the details and then Save it to trigger document verification.
Select Document > View to view a render of the document and ensure the details are correct.
Select Document > Sign.
Select Document > Lodgement Instructions > Submit for Lodgement to lodge it with the Land Registry.