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This video explains how to retrieve and claim a system assessed transaction in the enhanced Duties Online system.


The State Revenue Office has made additional enhancements to the data entry process in Duties Online so now it’s even easier to assess your land transfers.

In this video, I’ll show you how to retrieve and claim a lodgement for a system-assessed transaction, also known as a DOL transaction, in Duties Online.

For system assessed DOL transactions, we‘ve streamlined the process from seven screens to just one screen. To start, hover over ‘Create’, then ‘Retrieve and Claim ELNO Lodgement (Electronic Transfer)’.

Enter the electronic network lodgement operator (or ELNO) lodgement case ID and SRO Case Reference. You can find these in your ELNO workspace.

Then, select ‘Retrieve’.

As you scroll down, you will see a summary of data entered in your ELNO workspace. Select ‘Claim’ to proceed.

Once you’ve claimed the lodgement, link the Digital Duties Form. Once you’ve linked the form, select 'Calculate Duty'.

Based on the information entered in your ELNO workspace and the Digital Duties Form, Duties Online will immediately provide you with a duty calculation.

To view the transaction details, including the nature of transfer, transaction type and any eligible concessions applied, select ‘View details’. You can also download a printable duty estimate statement from within the transaction details.

If you need to make changes, select ‘Unclaim lodgement’ to cancel the ELNO lodgement in Duties Online.

If you need to change the Duties Form, select ‘Unlink form’ because you can’t edit the form if it’s linked.

To accept the duty estimate, select ’Acknowledge’.

The lodgement is now ‘Ready to certify’. If you need to go back, you can select ‘Revert back to ‘in progress’’.

To certify the lodgement, tick the confirmation at the bottom of the screen and then select ‘Certify’.

The status of the lodgement is now ‘Certified’ and you can proceed with settlement in your ELNO workspace.

That brings us to the end of the video. Thanks for watching.

Last modified: 20 November 2023
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