The dealing forms are listed alphabetically with links provided to:
- appropriate Registrar General's Directions website page for instructions to complete a manual land title dealing form
- related fact sheets
- PDF instructions when no Registrar General's Directions content exists for a manual dealing form
- Electronic Notice of Sale (eNOS) form if required
- Annexure form for Notice of Sale ID (PDF) if required
- General standards information for the preparation of hard copy (manual) dealing forms is also available.
To complete an interactive dealing form you need to have Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat on your computer. Click on any blue underlined text in a form and instructions will appear. You can only save a completed form if you have Adobe Acrobat.
To save an interactive form to your PC:
- right -click on the form link and choose 'Save Target As ...'
- specify the location where you want the form to be saved and click OK
- go to that location, highlight the file and double-click on it
- open form and complete.
Fees are payable at time of lodgment see LPI Fee Circular 2014/08 (PDF 262 KB).
- Cheques, money orders, cash and credit card payments (Visa and Mastercard) are acceptable.
- Cheques and money orders are to be made payable to Land and Property Information.
- Personal cheques must have identification evidence provided by individuals.
- Credit card payment is by Visa and Mastercard only. American Express and Diners Club are no longer accepted by LPI.
- Credit card limit $10,000 per day.
- Individual Debit card limits apply.
For more information see fact sheet LPI lodgment terms and conditions (PDF 170 KB) November 2009.
Change Log: Land title dealing forms (PDF 36 KB)
Change Log: WAL dealing forms (PDF 54 KB)
Guide and checklist
Guide to dealing lodgment (PDF 101KB)
Dealings requisition checklist for lodging agents and solicitors (PDF 63.9 KB)
In any transaction affecting land, be it a sale or a purchase or establishing a mortgage over land, it is important to confirm the identity of the parties involved in the transaction.
To ensure you don't become a victim of identity fraud when dealing with land, it is recommended that stringent processes be adopted in verifying the identity of person(s) claiming a right to deal with the land.
How do I verify the identity of a person claiming a right to deal with land?