Electronic lodgement protocol


Pursuant to clause 1.2 of the Electronic Lodgement Protocol (ELP) the following Variations are made to the ELP

Section Required change
Paragraph 2 Table of services Amending section to add forms and update original form requirements 
Paragraph 5 Categories of documents Amending section to remove redundant forms
Paragraph 8 Special Conditions Amending section to remove redundant forms and update original form requirements
Schedule 1 - Part B, Item 1  Amending section to add forms and remove redundant forms 

This Notice of Variation takes effect as from 24 July 2015.

Dated this 24th day of July 2015.

Margaret Boothman
Acting Senior Executive Leader
Australian Securities & Investments Commission

Current version of the Electronic Lodgement Protocol (PDF 276KB)

Schedule 3 Application for EDGE participation (PDF 150KB)

Direct debit request (Form RA04)

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Last updated: 03/09/2015 11:49