Requirements for paper registry instruments

To provide consent for a paper transaction, a CoRD Holder Consent (Third Party Consent) is lodged as a standalone document through PEXA.

Evidence of CoRD

The consenting party must hold an electronic Certificate of Title (eCT).

Where a CT has issued, a CoRD Holder Consent cannot be lodged to provide consent to a paper transaction. The CT must be produced to the NSW Land Registry.

When to use Third Party Consent

Where there is an eCT for the land title, a CoRD Holder Consent (Third Party Consent) must be lodged to provide consent to the registration of paper registry instruments.

The consenting party is not required to apply for the issue of a CT to be produced to the NSW Land Registry. For more information, see NSW LRS Circular 2014-03 (PDF 343.6 KB).