PEXA supports a standalone Survivorship Application in Victoria (as of Release 7 - November 6 2017). If a joint tenant on a property title passes away, then the surviving proprietor should make an application to the Land Registry to have the deceased’s name removed, so that only the surviving proprietor’s name is on title.
If you require to lodge a Transfer, ensure the Survivorship is completed and registered, before opening the Transfer Workspace.
Should you inadvertently create a transfer workspace that requires a Survivorship, create an additional workspace and lodge the Survivorship. Once the Survivorship is Completed and Registered complete an Information Resupply in your Transfer workspace. This will populate the changes lodged in the survivorship.
Create a workspace in the role of the Proprietor on Title.
Represent all the surviving parties by selecting Edit Party, complete the details and select Save.
For the deceased proprietor, select Edit Party select The Proprietor is Deceased.
Navigate to the Documents screen. Select Documents > Survivorship. Complete the details and select Save
If you have obtained the paper certificate of title from the surviving parties select Documents > Nomination and complete the nomination in the usual manner. If you have invited in another participant to complete the Nomination wait until the Nomination has been lodged and registered before proceeding to step 6.
Edit the Lodgement Instructions
View, Sign and Lodge the documents in the usual manner.
Should you inadvertently create a transfer workspace that requires a Survivorship, create an additional workspace and lodge the Survivorship, and the request Land information resupply after successful registration of the Survivorship.
Give it a go in this Interactive Demo
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