MORs, MPRs and Digital Drivers Licence VOI

February 9, 2020

You may already be aware that the Australian Registrars’ National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC) is seeking feedback on draft version 6 of the Model Operating Requirements and Model Participation Rules. 

The consultation period for draft version 6 of the Model Operating Requirements and Model Participation Rules closes on 19 February 2020. Please provide your feedback via email to chair@arnecc.gov.au prior to close of business on that day. 

Both marked-up and clean versions of the consultation drafts are available on the ARNECC website and can be accessed using the following links: 

·        Model Operating Requirements

·        Model Participation Rules

NSW forum will be held on 11 February 2020 from 2pm to 4pm at 477 Pitt Street in Sydney. For more details and to RSVP, please email ORG-admin@customerservice.nsw.gov.au.

Click here for more information.

Digital Driver Licences and Verification of Identity

In October 2019, the NSW Government introduced Digital Driver Licences (DDLs). At this stage, DDLs cannot be used as evidence for verifying a person’s identity for eConveyancing. This means that, if you are conducting verification of identity and you wish to rely on a person’s driver licence, to comply with the Verification of Identity Standard set out in Schedule 8 to the Participation Rules, you must sight the person’s original plastic driver licence and retain a copy of the original plastic driver licence.

For more information on verification of identity, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

For more information on DDLs, please visit the Service NSW website.

 

Disclaimer: The information herein has been prepared by SAI Global Property Division Pty Ltd ACN 089 586 872 from information released by the Authority cited on this page. It is provided as general background information only; it is not complete; and it does not comprehensively address this subject matter. Readers should not consider the information so provided as advice nor as a recommendation to take any particular course of action. Persons needing advice should consult their own solicitor, accountant or other professional adviser.

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