RevenueSA Online allows registered users to:
First you need to register as a RevenueSA Online User.
Yes. Three user access types are available in RevenueSA Online for stamp duty conveyance:
A user at this level can perform all the functions of a General User and can also invite additional users to use the Certificates functionality.
Allows the user general access to the certificates component. It does not include maintaining default bank accounts.
This type of user can only view certificates, there is no access to request, update or pay certificate liabilities.
To become a registered user of Certificates please contact our RevSupport team.
Payments are debited from a nominated bank account.
As part of the application process, an Electronic Payment Authorisation form is completed for each bank account you wish to use for making payments via RevenueSA Online. Several bank accounts can be nominated for this purpose.
Bank account details are held in a secure environment within RevenueSA's internal database and are not transferred across the Internet.
The electronic payment is initiated by a user within RevenueSA Online. RevenueSA cannot independently access your bank accounts, only payments initiated by the user will occur. The user has the ability to select the appropriate, pre-nominated account they wish to use to make a payment in RevenueSA Online.
You can specify different bank accounts for request fee and liability payments.
All payments are processed at the end of each business day.
The certificate request fee transactions will be deducted individually from the nominated bank account. All liability payments (amounts shown as outstanding on the Certificate) each day will be combined together into a payment file which will be debiting as one amount (being the total of liabilities paid) to the nominated bank account.
The breakdown of payment information is available via the Payment Enquiry function in RevenueSA Online.
Certificate request fees and liability payments cannot be reversed.
However if you contact our RevSupport team on the same business day of the request and/or payment, we may be able to cancel if it has been incorrectly submitted.
Only the agent/organisation who has requested the Certificate either through a Property Interest Report (PIR) or RevenueSA Online can view and/or update a certificate.
The Certificate Enquiry / Update a Certificate Help provides details on how to enquire on a Certificate.
If you still have difficulty viewing your certificate, please contact the RevSupport team.
All certificate requests that are forwarded to RevenueSA for manual intervention (i.e. where the certificate liability cannot be determined via RevenueSA Online) will be actioned within three business days.
For the 2020-21 financial year they are:
*Please note prices may change, however RevenueSA Online users will be notified in advance.
Emergency services levy and land tax certificates are valid for three months from date of purchase. They can be updated in RevenueSA Online at no cost for the validity period.
The update facility in RevenueSA Online allows you to obtain reviewed information for a property up to the due date of the initial certificate. Where the due date of the initial certificate falls in the next financial year, an update may be requested in that next financial year, prior to the due date. The update request will provide information applicable to the new financial year and the due date will remain the same. Updates are provided via RevenueSA Online at no cost.
A check should be made to ensure that the Certificate requested is in respect to the property subject to sale.
RevenueSA cannot accept responsibility for apportioning the emergency services levy or land tax in circumstances that only a portion of the property is being sold. The emergency services levy and/or land tax in respect of the whole of the assessment must be paid in full in order to discharge any person from liability.
Notwithstanding payment of the amount of ESL or land tax shown on the Certificate, the owner as at 1 July (ESL) or 30 June (land tax) will remain liable for any additional tax resulting from a reassessment of the financial year in which the Certificate is purchased and/or any reassessment of prior financial years.
A Certificate is only valid for the financial year shown. If the change of ownership, usually being the date of settlement, will not occur before the end of the financial year, another Certificate is required in respect of the next financial year or requests for Certificates should not be made until the next financial year (i.e. from 1 July).
If the amount of ESL shown on the Certificate is not paid in full the purchaser may become liable for the whole of the amount of Levy outstanding as at the date of settlement, prior to any recovery action being taken against the vendor.
If the outstanding amount on the Certificate is paid in full by the stipulated due date, the purchaser of the land is indemnified from any reassessment of a land tax liability on the land for the current and prior financial years. The vendor does not receive such an indemnity and is liable for any land tax that may be reassessed for the current or prior financial years.
The purchaser is only protected in respect of the tax for the financial year for which this certificate is issued.
Regulation 5 under the Land Tax Act 1936 requires that lodgement of an advice of transfer where there is a change of ownership of land i.e. settlement has been held, for which a transfer will not be registered at the Lands Titles Office on or before 30th June of the financial year in which the change occurred. Such advices must be lodged with RevenueSA by the 31st July of the next financial year.
For system support Contact our RevSupport team at email@example.com or (08) 8207 2333.
For land tax assistance please contact our Communication Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (08) 8204 9870.
For emergency services levy assistance please contact our Communication Team at email@example.com or on 1300 366 150.
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