Under section 23 of the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (SA) the Registrar-General has promulgated Participation Rules for South Australia, based upon the Model Participation Rules developed by Australian Registrar’s National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC).
South Australia current version
Registrar-General’s Participation Rules Version 2 - effective from 27 May 2017
Registrar-General’s Participation Rules - effective from 21 January 2016 to 26 May 2017
Under section 27 the Electronic Conveyancing National Law, the Registrar-General may grant a waiver from compliance with the Participation Rules where it is considered reasonable to do so under the circumstances.
The following participation rules waivers have been issued in South Australia:
This waiver modifies the Subscriber's obligations to comply with Participation Rule 7.10 as it relates to Certification 1 of Schedule 3.
|6 October 2017|
This waiver provides relief for ELNOs from compliance with the South Australian Participation Rules by permitting the receipt of a Subscriber or Identity Agent Certification substantially compliant with the Rules.
21 January 2016
This waiver provides non-ADI mortgage lenders with conditional relief from compliance with the South Australian Participation Rule requiring compliance with the Insurance Rules for Subscribers
|5 September 2016||24 November 2016|
This waiver has been published to align the transitional arrangements for paper and electronic mortgage dealings, in respect to the Certification by a Subscriber
|25 October 2016|
This waiver provides non-ADI mortgage lenders who hold an Australian Credit Licence and Credit Representatives of an Australian Credit Licence Holder, with conditional relief from compliance with the South Australian Participation Rules requiring compliance with Insurance Rules for Subscribers and replaces South Australian Participation Waiver PR2-2016
|25 November 2016|
The Australian Registrars' National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC) have published guidance notes to assist in understanding the statutory obligation to comply with the participation rules in each jurisdiction.