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REAL PROPERTY REGULATION 2014 - REG 4
Lodgment of dealings, caveats and priority notices
4 Lodgment of dealings, caveats and priority notices
(1) A dealing, caveat or priority notice that is intended to be lodged with
the Registrar-General must be lodged in the manner approved by the
(2) Schedule 1 sets out the prescribed fees for the
lodgment of dealings, caveats and priority notices.
Note : Section 3B (2) of
the Act provides that a fee prescribed under this or any other Act for or in
respect of the exercise of a titling and registry function is, when the
function is exercised by the authorised operator, the maximum fee that is
payable and the authorised operator can accept a lesser fee for or in respect
of the exercise of the function.
(3) Despite subclause (2), if a dealing,
caveat or priority notice is to be lodged electronically, the prescribed fee
set out in Schedule 1 must be paid in accordance with the participation
agreement (within the meaning of the Electronic Conveyancing National Law
(NSW) ) under which the lodgment is authorised.
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