Requirements for paper registry plans, e-Plans and primary applications

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 a paper registry plan, an ePlan, or a primary application.

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 2017-07 (PDF 365 KB).