March 2021

Are you ready for the 22 March 2021 eConveyancing mandate?

A reminder that from 22 March 2021, a further twenty-nine documents will no longer be accepted via paper lodgment.

March 2021

Checking in with our customers

Improving customer satisfaction with our information, products and user experience is a priority for NSW Land Registry Services.

February 2021

Strata plans now accepted in A2 format to improve customer experience

In response to practitioner requests, NSW Land Registry Services has worked with the Office of the Registrar General to approve strata plan submissions being accepted in A2 format.

All Announcements

September sees 15 percent increase in new mortgage volumes in NSW

The latest data from NSW Land Registry Services shows new mortgage volumes grew 15% from August to September 2020, with Customer Owned banks hitting a twelve-month high of new mortgages.

October 2020

September sees 15 percent increase in new mortgage volumes in NSW

Digital and electronic signature provisions extended

NSW Parliament recently approved an extension of the provisions to witness legal documents via audio visual link. In addition, the Registrar General has also extended changes to the Conveyancing Rules.

October 2020

Digital and electronic signature provisions extended

Customer satisfaction soars at NSW LRS

The responses are in from customers and NSW LRS is pleased to report that overall customer satisfaction has jumped significantly this year.

September 2020

Customer satisfaction soars at NSW LRS

COVID-19 sees significant mortgage refinancing activity in NSW

New data released today from NSW Land Registry Services shows NSW mortgage holders have been refinancing with the major banks in greater numbers during COVID-19.

September 2020

COVID-19 sees significant mortgage refinancing activity in NSW

More documents available as electronic dealings in NSW

NSW LRS and the Office of the Registrar General have worked with Electronic Lodgment Network Operator, PEXA, to increase electronic dealings available to customers.

September 2020

More documents available as electronic dealings in NSW

Lapsing Notices go digital

NSW Land Registry Service (NSW LRS) will now send Lapsing Notices to the lodging party via email, cutting notification times by up to seven days and making it quicker and easier to remove a caveat.

September 2020

Lapsing Notices go digital

Two-year limit now in force for Plan Certificate of Currency

NSW Land Registry Services (NSW LRS) advises customers and lodging parties that from 1 September 2020, the final stage for the plan currency time limit under the Conveyancing (General) Regulation 2018 takes effect.

August 2020

Two-year limit now in force for Plan Certificate of Currency

Simplifying lodgment of Plan Amendment requests

Customers can now capture all amendment documents and consents obtained in a new smart form, allowing NSW LRS plan review requests to be managed faster.

August 2020

Simplifying lodgment of Plan Amendment requests

Digital plans are now more accessible

NSW LRS has worked with DCS Spatial Services to create a digital distribution channel for our Information Brokers to access more than 650,000 digital survey plans.

August 2020

Digital plans are now more accessible

New guides simplify strata change registration

Strata schemes can now use new online LRS guides to help register scheme changes more efficiently.

August 2020

New guides simplify strata change registration
Showing 147 search result(s) for

Service Status Update

Until December 2018, there will be planned outages for some NSW LRS systems while we undertake essential works. Where possible these works have been scheduled over weekends to minimise disruption to our customers.

Upcoming Outages:
Will be advised once confirmed.

To check on the status of our online services or to subscribe to our outage notifications, please visit our Service Status page.