Changes to Certificate of Currency requirements; New ePlan Plan Revision Search feature

September 19, 2019

Change to Certificate of Currency requirements

NSW Land Registry Services (NSW LRS) advises customers and lodging parties that the next staged change to the plan currency time limit under the Conveyancing (General) Regulation 2018 takes effect on 1 September 2019.

From 1 September 2019, lodging parties are required to submit a Certificate of Currency for plans lodged more than three (3) years after the survey completion date.

Find out more online at: Changes to Certificate of Currency requirements under Conveyancing Regulation.

Plan Revision Search feature launches in ePlan

NSW LRS has recently launched a new Plan Revision Search feature in ePlan, their electronic plan lodgment and validation system.

This free search is available to all ePlan users and enables surveyors to check whether they have the current recorded plans at hand before beginning field work.

The search makes it easier for surveyors to know whether they need to order another copy of the plan. Plans can be ordered via SAI Global Search Manager, for more information please contact our helpdesk on 1300 730 000.

 


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