Reversing a Receipt Allocated to Old Bank Account After Bank Change

This normally only arises when a receipt is allocated to the wrong lot.

As the original receipt entry is linked to the inactive bank account, we need to make an adjustment on the new account. 

Steps to rectify status of owner ledgers:

  1. Create a charge/invoice against the lot where the original receipt was processed to, the 'wrong lot' -

If a receipt was processed to a lot and should not have been, essentially this amount is to be taken off that lot again.  If it has been applied to a levy, then that levy will be due and payable again. This lot now needs to pay that amount.

To create the charge or invoice:

Fee TypeSystem OptionTransaction Date
Standard Levy/Contribution Accounting > Adjustments >Levy Journal> New/F2Current Date
Owner Invoice Accounting > Issue InvoiceCurrent Date


  1. Reduce balance owing for the lot that should have had the funds receipted, the 'correct lot'.

As the original receipt was not processed to the correct lot, we need to reduce the balance owing for that lot. This reflects the fact that the funds have been paid.

System Option: Accounting > Adjustments > Credit Lot

Account code selections –select the required revenue/expense account. 

If the fee is a Standard Levy Type, select an alternative Revenue Account, e.g 144000 and process a journal (refer ** below) to offset the new levy charge created for the other lot. (Journal optional). It is not recommended to use Receivable Levies accounts in Credit Lots.

If the replacement fee was an owner invoice, select the account code used at Step 1.

Scenario for journal **

Replacement charge processed to 143000 – Levies Due Admin

Credit Lot processed to 144000 – Miscellaneous Income - Admin

There is now a balance in these two accounts. To offset one against the other:

Sample Journal

Debit Account 144000
Credit Account  143000
DateCurrent Date
DescriptionAdjust Levies Due (re-instated charge Lot # … Ref receipt (###)
24/03/2021 7:06 pm AEDT

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