This information aims to help you complete a CoRD Holder Consent (Transacting Party Consent) in PEXA. There are three different consent types:
- Transacting party consent – used by a participant in a transaction, such as a discharging mortgagee, or an incoming mortgagee for an unencumbered land title.
- Third party consent – used by a CoRD holder that is not a transacting party, such as a first mortgagee consenting to a second mortgage to a different mortgagee.
- Conversion to No-CT – used by an eligible mortgagee to convert a CT to an electronic Certificate of Title (eCT) without a transaction.
The information on this page is only relevant to transacting party consent.
From the drop down list, select Transacting Party Consent.
Document to which Consenting Party consents
You must specify the type of document that you are consenting to.
External instrument – to consent to the registration of paper registry instruments that have been or will be lodged separately.
- If the instrument being consented to has been lodged, the dealing number of the registry instrument must be stated.
- If the instrument being consented to has not been lodged, the party details of each party in each paper registry instrument must be stated.
- If you are consenting to more than one registry instrument, e.g. a lodgment case containing a discharge of mortgage, transfer and mortgage, you must specify details of each registry instrument, not just the discharge of mortgage.
- Instrument in workspace – to consent to the registration of electronic registry instruments in a lodgment case.
Each land title reference used in the transaction must be added to the CoRD Holder Consent.
The type of CoRD evidence for each land title reference must be either:
- Duplicate Certificate of Title. The CT issued for the land title must be in the legitimate possession of the subscriber or
- Named in CoRD Record in Land Title. Control of the eCT is recorded in the name of the consenting party on the land title.
- Production Receipt. The CT issued for the land title has been produced to the NSW Land Registry see Advice of CT production page.
If the CoRD evidence type for each land title reference is Duplicate Certificate of Title, the following CoRD evidence details must be provided:
- edition number of the current CT (if stated). Enter ‘0’ if the CT is a Volume and Folio
- date of issue of the current CT (if stated). Enter ‘0’ if the CT is a Volume and Folio and
- Certificate Authentication Code (CAC) of the current CT, if the date of issue is after 1 January 2004. For CTs without a CAC, see Restrictions on unencumbered land titles in the Using certificates of title for eLodgment page.
The full name of the consenting party represented by the subscriber must be stated.
If the CoRD evidence type is Named in CoRD Record on Land Title and the consenting party name differs from the name of the CoRD holder shown in the eCT, a justification is required, see Justification for a name discrepancy page.
Staff processing information
A Transacting Party Consent does not allow a CT Print Direction for a land title reference. The CT issue and delivery details are specified by the lodging party of the electronic or paper registry instruments being consented to.