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How to Lodge the Audit Report? (Part 2)

An agent should know where to lodge the audit report, many state or territory regulators no longer accept paper-based auditor reports.


Check out the below resources for more information:


New South Wales

  • Trust account audits must be completed and submitted online by the auditor.

  • Lodgement: NSW Office of Fair Trading via the Auditors Online Portal.

Queensland

  • Agents are responsible for lodging the audit report; however, the auditor can lodge it on the agent's behalf.

  • Lodgement: Department of Justice and Attorney-General Office of Fair Trading via the OFT online portal.

Victoria

  • Agent must lodge the audit report with Consumer Affairs Victoria within 10 business days of receiving it from the auditor.

  • Lodgement: Consumer Affairs Victoria via myCAV.

Australian Capital Territory

  • Agent or auditor can lodge the result of the audit to Access Canberra.

  • Lodgement: Access Canberra via their online form.

Tasmania

  • Agent must submit the audit report to the Board within 7 days if receiving it from the auditor.

  • Lodgement: By email, fax or post to Property Agents Board of Tasmania.


For your information, we can't perform audit for these 3 states below:


Western Australia

  • Agent's responsibility to submit the audit report.

  • Lodgement: To deliver the audit report to Consumer Protection.

Northern Territory

Southern Australia

  • Agent's responsibility to submit the audit report.

  • Lodgement: to Consumer and Business Services via occupational@sa.gov.au.

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