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Find out all you need to know to manage your rates.
Section 603 Certificates identify any debts such as rates or waste charges outstanding on a property and are usually required during the sale of the property.
VYou can get your rates notice by email by visiting eNotice website and registering using the eNotice reference number on your latest notice.
How do I create an eNotices account?
Go to eNotices to register using the eNotice reference number on your latest notice.
How to Log in to eNotice
If you have already made an eNotices account, you can log in by selecting the log in button and entering your mobile number and password.
How to change your details or reset your password
Click on the 'Forgot your password' at https://newcastle.enotices.com.au and follow the prompts.
Can more than one person receive the rate notice?
Yes, the account holder can add multiple email addresses to a rate notice. The rates notice will be sent to all emails listed.
Can more than one person have the same property on their account?
Yes, multiple people can have the same property on their account. To ensure all account holders receive the notice, make sure to add all email addresses onto the rates notice.
If I register for eNotices will I still get a rate notice by post?
No, adding a property to an eNotices account means you will now receive rate notices by email only. If you receive your rates by email but wish to change back to post, remove the property from your account.
Can I view past notices?
Yes, you can go back and view old statements if you are registered for eNotices. Or if you are not registered, please contact us.
I am a real estate agent or interested party, can I add properties I manage?
Yes, agents (or solicitors/other relevant parties) can create an account and add properties using the unique code on the rates notice.
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