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Industry Safeguards

Keeping e-Conveyancing safe and secure

Keeping e-Conveyancing safe and secure

Keeping e-Conveyancing safe and secure

To ensure the integrity of the network, PEXA operates under the regulatory framework developed by the Australian Registrars’ National Electronic Conveyancing Council (ARNECC). Industry safeguards include the Participation Agreement, Verification of Identity and Digital Certificates

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone who meets the Eligibility Criteria in the Model Participation Rules (MPR)can join the PEXA network. The MPR requires an applicant to have an ABN, be a Person (including body corporate) or partnership, be of good character and meet the Insurance Rules[IL2] .Lawyers and conveyancers can register online.

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PEXA Participation Agreement

PEXA Participation Agreement

The Participation Agreement (PA) is a contract between PEXA and each of the network members. It includes obligations concerning privacy, confidentiality, liability, suspension, termination, insurance, disputes and change management.

It also includes our Service Charter, Pricing Policy, Security Policy, the terms and conditions governing Financial Settlement and a commitment to comply with the Model Participation Rules (MPR), as outlined by the ARNECC.

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Verification of Identity

Verification of Identity

The persons who execute the PA are required to have their identity verified face-to-face. This Verification of Identity (VOI) can be completed either directly with PEXA, through a PEXA Sponsor or with one of our VOI agents (you can visit a participating Australia Post outlet, or use ZipID or IDSecure’s ‘come to you’ service). VOIs help to maintain the integrity and security of the network. 

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Digital Certificates

Digital Certificates

Your Digital Certificate enables you to electronically sign documents safely and securely. When you sign a document with your Digital Certificate, the data is encrypted. The receiving computer then checks the data to verify its integrity and make sure it wasn’t altered in transit. PEXA will help you to obtain a Digital Certificate as part of your registration.

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​You can also order additional PEXA Digital Certificates if needed, click here to download and fill out the form. 

PEXA Digital Certificate Offer Terms and Conditions
*Offer only available to Subscribers who have submitted a complete PEXA Participation Agreement and PEXA Digital Certificate Subscriber Agreement (along with any necessary supporting documents). Offer limited to one Digital Certificate per Subscriber. Offer applies only to: the first 500 Digital Certificates issued in New South Wales; the first 250 Digital Certificates issued in Queensland; the first 500 Digital Certificates issued in Victoria and the first 250 Digital Certificates issued in Western Australia. Offer not available to Representative Subscribers who have received a Symantec Digital Certificate paid for by PEXA. Offer applies to the initial certificate term only, Digital Certificate renewals charged at the published rate.

Governance

Governance

In 2011, Australia’s six states and the Northern Territory set the regulatory framework for national electronic conveyancing by entering into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA)  known as the Electronic Conveyancing National Law Agreement.

The Electronic Conveyancing National Law (ECNL) governs the operation of e-Conveyancing in Australia. Each state and territory implements the ECNL by separate legislation. In accordance with the ECNL, the registrar in each jurisdiction has declared operating requirements and participation rules based on the Model Operating Requirements (MOR) and Model Participation Rules (MPR) developed by ARNECC.

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