VOI-04 Verification of Identity and Authority- Electronic Transactions

Version 1 – 31/01/2018

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1 Overview

Verification of Identity and authority is required for nominated electronic and paper based land transactions. The requirements for electronic transactions are similar to those that operate in paper and are contained in the Western Australian Participation Rules. For further information on the Verification of Identity Practice for paper based transactions, please refer to:

- VOI-01 Western Australian Registrar and Commissioner of Titles Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority. Paper Based Transactions

- VOI-02 Western Australian Registrar and Commissioner of Titles Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority. Paper Based Transactions - How to Complete a Verification of Identity

- VOI-03 Western Australian Registrar and Commissioner of Titles Joint Practice: Verification of Identity and Authority. Paper Based Transactions - Foreign Countries

Self-represented parties cannot undertake electronic conveyancing transactions.

2 Western Australian Participation Rules

For full details of the Verification of Identity requirements for electronic transactions, refer to the WA Participation Rules

3 Further Information

- WA Participation Rules Version 4

- ARNECC Guidance Note - Verification of Identity

This page was last updated on: 05 Sep 2018