Electronic Duties Return (EDR) is a service that allows an approved person to electronically assess and endorse a range of duties transactions in NSW.
Revenue NSW has released a new Electronic Duties Return, effective from 15 April 2019. This release has introduced four new transaction types:
- Superannuation trust: section (62)B Duties Act 1997
- Trust deed: section 58(2) relating to unidentified property and non-dutiable property Note: section 58(1) is already on EDR
- Variation of a contract: section 18(1)
- Partition: section 30 (both ad valorem duty and fixed duty)
A new digital service called eDuties to replace paper lodgements with Revenue NSW is now available in a beta version.
The OSR Ref ID has changed its name to the Duties Assessment Number (DAN).
For further information, see the NSW Revenue EDR Update newsletter.
The By Lawyers conveyancing publications deal with online duties.