On 11 October 2021, the Real Property Amendment (Certificates of Title) Act 2021 commenced, which abolished the Certificates of Title (CTs) and the control of the right to deal (CoRD) framework. All existing CTs have been cancelled and CTs will no longer be issued. Existing CTs will not need to be produced, and CoRD holder consent will not be required, for a dealing or plan to be registered. All existing Guidelines subject to this change are currently being reviewed and will be updated to reflect these changes. For further information regarding the abolition of CTs, please see https://www.registrargeneral.nsw.gov.au/property-and-conveyancing/eConveyancing/abolition-of-certificates-of-title

Death of a registered proprietor

All joint tenants deceased where two or more registered proprietors hold as joint tenants and all are deceased.


Death of a registered caveator what if the caveator dies and the executor or administrator intends to continue with the claim.


Deceased or renounced administrator when an administrator dies before lodgment of a transmission application.


Deceased or renounced executor where a sole executor registered as proprietor on the title dies.


Deceased or renounced trustee where the trustee of a deceased registered proprietor's estate or interest dies or renounces their duty.


Double probate where one of several executors named in the will took leave.


Executor by representation (deceased sole executor) where a sole executor who is not registered on the title dies.


Notice of death form 02ND information and procedures.


Transmission application forms 03AD & 03AE information and procedures.