Land Title Practice Manual (Qld) has been updated, effective from 1 October 2019

October 2, 2019

The Land Title Practice Manual (Qld) has been updated, effective from 1 October 2019. Important changes have been made, including the deletion of parts 17, 19 and 22 (which concerned certificates of title) and the creation of a new part, Part 61- Witnessing and Execution of Instruments or Documents.

The Land Title Practice Manual web page contains a link to a tracked changes version which outlines the changes to the relevant parts. The tracked changes version also contains a summary of the published changes.

Details of the changes are available from the Land Title Practice Manual Page

Reminder - Certificates of Title no longer required to be deposited

Further to Titles Registry Alert 151 please be reminded that from 1 October 2019 a paper Certificate of Title (CT) is no longer to be deposited in the Titles Registry when a transaction is lodged over the title.

Similarly, from 1 October 2019, there is no longer the option to lodge a Form 19 - Application for Certificate of Title and the Form 17 – Request to Dispense (with production of a CT) is redundant.


Disclaimer: The information herein has been prepared by SAI Global Property Division Pty Ltd ACN 089 586 872 from information released by the Authority cited on this page. It is provided as general background information only; it is not complete; and it does not comprehensively address this subject matter. Readers should not consider the information so provided as advice nor as a recommendation to take any particular course of action. Persons needing advice should consult their own solicitor, accountant or other professional adviser.

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