New ‘Smart’ Admin Sheets make it Easier to Prepare and Lodge Plans

July 15, 2019

NSW Land Registry Services (NSW LRS) has introduced new 'smart' digital Administration Sheets for lodgment with Deposited Plans, Community Plans and Strata Plans.
Smart Admin Sheets are interactive PDF documents that enable lodging parties to prepare plans with greater certainty and less chance of administrative errors.

Both the existing and the smart Admin Sheets can be lodged with NSW LRS from 11 July 2019 onwards. 

Using the smart Admin Sheets will reduce common data entry issues that lead to requisitions and ensure that the correct Admin Sheets are lodged.

Key benefits of these smart Admin Sheets are:

  • Data entered into common fields is automatically completed in subsequent parts of the form, reducing the need to repeatedly enter information and the chance of data discrepancies.
  • In-built business rules address common data entry issues by:
  • Each smart Admin Sheet incorporates the relevant supplementary sheets into a single interactive PDF, so lodging parties can spend less time locating supplementary sheets and ensure that they complete the right ones.

You can find the Deposited PlanStrata Plan and Community Plan Smart Admin Sheets on NSW LRS website.

Support for smart Admin Sheet users

The free Adobe Acrobat Reader software is required to use these Admin Sheets. It is available to download for free: click here to visit the Adobe website.

For users of the smart Admin Sheets, a Smart Admin Sheet User Guide is available in the Reference Guides section of the NSW LRS website's Help Hub: www.nswlrs.com.au/Help/Reference-Guides,-Templates-and-Checklists?tabID=tabone
 


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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