Settlement agent licence renewal forms
Any individuals, partnerships or companies wishing to operate as real estate settlement or business settlement agents in Western Australia are required, under the Settlement Agents Act 1981, to be licensed and hold a current triennial certificate.
What do I need to complete an application
To renew a triennial certificate you must complete the application form and provide all relevant supporting documentation as follows:
- complete all of the relevant sections of the application form
- attach/pay the correct fee
- an Australian police check (not more than three months old)
- current copy of your Professional Indemnity and Fidelity Insurance Coverage from the Professional Indemnity and Fidelity Master Policy
- sign the authorisation and declaration
Late renewal applications
Applications lodged within one month of expiry of your triennial certificate - the renewal shall be deemed to take effect for the period of three years from the day next succeeding the day on which the triennial certificate expired.
Applications lodged more than one month but not more than 12 months after the expiry of your triennial certificate - you are required to satisfy the Commissioner that there is reasonable cause for the renewal to be deemed to take effect for the period of three years from the day after the triennial certificate expired.
Renewal applications for surrendered triennial certificates
Applications lodged up to 12 months after the expiry of your triennial certificate – the renewal will take effect for a period of three years either from the day after the certificate was surrendered or the day the renewal is granted, as determined by the Commissioner.
Applications lodged more than 12 months after the surrender of your triennial certificate – if renewal is granted it will take effect for the period of three years from the day renewal is granted.
Lodging your application
The application fee/s is payable at the time of lodging this application.
The fees and forms page contains further details about:
- how to lodge your application;
- relevant fees;
- other licensing forms; and
- how to contact us.
You can find out how to change the contact details for your particular licence on the department's Change contact details for a Consumer Protection licence page.
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