Last updated: 11 October 2021 Jurisdiction: NSW Additional Resources: Help Card
If a Sole Proprietor, a Tenant in Common, or all parties in a Joint Tenancy on a title have passed away, then you can lodge a Transmission Application to appoint a legal representative to an estate. This allows an Executor, Executor by Representation,Administrator, or Trustee to obtain ownership of the title to deal with the Estate.
A Transmission can be lodged:
As a standalone application
Together in the same Workspace as a Transfer
When lodging a Transmission Application in NSW, the following information is required:
Details of Death
In NSW, you are not required to submit supporting documents when lodging Transmission Applications in PEXA, however, ensure that you are in possession of the correct documentation.
Alternatively, if a beneficiary has been nominated, then the ownership of title can be directly transferred to the beneficiary by completing a Transmission Direct to Beneficiary.
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