NSW electronic duties returns stamping and confirmation
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What is NSW electronic duties returns (EDR) stamping and confirmation?
NSW electronic duties returns (EDR) stamping and confirmation is a portal that Revenue NSW provides. The service allows an approved person (EDR client) to:
- electronically assess and endorse a range of duties transactions
- pay duty through a periodic remittance.
What services can I request?
The following EDR services are available:
- document stamping
- notice of assessment reissue
- return period summary
- cancellation of duties assessment.
How do I get access to EDR?
You can only perform EDR transactions via CITEC Confirm if:
- Revenue NSW has approved you as an EDR client.
- You complete the request for access via CITEC Confirm.
How do I become an EDR client with Revenue NSW?
If Revenue NSW hasn’t approved your access to EDR, you can apply online on the OSR website.
Please ensure you enter our EDR partner, Dye & Durham, as your EDR client service provider when applying online.
Once you’ve registered with Revenue NSW, provide us with the following details we discuss in the below question.
How do I complete the request for access?
If your Confirm account doesn’t have access to these services, a Request for access screen will show when you attempt to use a service. Simply complete this form.
You’ll receive an email from our Customer Service Centre once access has been enabled.
I’m getting an error message when I try to access a service
I’m an EDR client. What do I do now?
If you’re an EDR client, we can enable access to EDR online services. Complete the details on the request for access screen that displays when you attempt to use the service.
When is EDR available?
- Monday to Friday: 7 am – 11 pm
- Saturday: 7 am – 2 pm
How will I receive my results?
Results are available online immediately. You can also receive your results via email.
All EDR results are available via intelli‐Doc, which is located on the national settlement services menu under ‘View my results (intelli‐Doc)’. From here, you can download, email or reprint results.
Where can I find a list of documents that can be processed via EDR?
The NSW OSR duties document matrix identifies:
- documents that must be processed on EDR
- documents that can be processed on EDR
- general list of transactions that you can only lodge with Revenue NSW.
What is the notice of assessment reissue?
A notice of assessment can only be reissued if you processed the original assessment. To request a reissue, enter the Revenue NSW reference number.
The duties notice of assessment is a dynamic document that displays the total amount payable (if any) and any payments that Revenue NSW has received. If Revenue NSW hasn’t received full payment when you order the reissue, the outstanding duty and any accrued interest will display.
What is the return period invoice?
The return period invoice details the total tax payable (duty and interest) for a specified return period. The invoice updates when Revenue NSW receive any payment associated with an assessment for that specified return period.
Each invoice has three assessment schedules that detail the assessments transacted during the specified return period. At the end of each return period you must request the invoice to ensure accurate reconciliation.
Each invoice has a payment slip, which reflects the total tax payable and the due date for payment. Use this payment slip if you make an electronic payment for the total amount payable.
What is cancellation of duties assessment?
This service allows you to cancel duties assessments online.
An EDR transaction may need cancellation due to a data entry error, duplicate transaction, or if a settlement fails. Revenue NSW provides a withdrawal of duties notice of assessment once your cancellation is processed.
All cancelled transactions must have the duty stamp related to the cancelled transaction on the documents. A cancelled transaction can’t be reinstated.
What transactions can’t I cancel online?
- That you didn’t process (only an EDR approval holder who processed the transaction can cancel it)
- Where payment has been made
- For a new home grant
- Where the document has been lodged with NSW Land Registry Services
- That has been verified through PEXA
- That relates to a rescinded contract of sale of land or a failed instrument
Where can I find more information on how to use EDR?
For more detailed information, refer to: