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In some cases, dealings may need to be fully withdrawn (e.g. if a transfer does not proceed), or withdrawn and re-entered (e.g. to correct an error in lodgement order). Please follow the procedures below.
A dealing can be fully withdrawn only by either:
- the lodger of a dealing
- a person authorised by the lodger in writing.
The request must be in the form of a letter (on letterhead if by a solicitor or company). This can be submitted by using our online enquiry form.
Following full withdrawal, the original dealing will be returned to the lodger.
Withdrawal and re-entry
A dealing may need to be withdrawn and re-entered, for example when it has been lodged in the wrong order or when a party signs a form after lodgement.
In these cases, a letter from the lodger will be required (on letterhead if by a solicitor or company). It is important that the letter requests the withdrawal and re-entry of the dealing and not just the withdrawal.
When the dealing is re-entered, it will be given a new dealing number (re-entered/re-lodged) so that is can continue to registration.
If you have any further questions about the withdrawal process, you may use our online enquiry form.