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Titles registry online enquiries

Before submitting an enquiry, see the following information:

Our staff can provide general advice about forms and requirements. If you require personal advice – that is, advice taking your circumstances into consideration, or the options available to you – then it is recommended that you speak to a lawyer.

A detailed examination of your titling documents (by the appropriate delegate of the Registrar of Titles) can only be conducted following lodgement (to confirm all legislative and practice requirements have been met) to ensure registration.

Service times

We will respond as soon as possible.

  • Routine enquiries: 1 to 10 business days
  • Complex matters: more than 10 business days

Registration of titling instruments:

  • Correctly lodged instruments: 5 business days
  • Correctly lodged plans of survey: 5 business days (if endorsed by an accredited surveyor); otherwise 10 days

Enquiry form

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Your details

Name*
Law firm or other business entity
Email*
Phone*
Postcode*

Enquiry type

What is your enquiry about?*

*If you are enquiring about a complex registration process, ensure you attach draft documentation and statements supporting the proposed outcome.

Lodger code details

Complete this section if you are updating your lodger code details.

Lodger code
Lodgement office

Dealing details

Provide property details if available.

First name of party
Surname of party
Dealing number
Lot on plan description
Title reference

Attachments

Attach draft documentation and statements supporting the proposed outcome.

Enquiry details*

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Last updated: 15 August 2014

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