- Land titles
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A land title is an official record of who owns a piece of land. It can also include information about mortgages, covenants, caveats and easements. Victoria's land titles are held in the state's online land titles register, managed by the Registrar of Titles using the Torrens system.
Before the Torrens system was introduced in 1862, a General law system operated in Victoria.
In 2012 Victoria celebrated 150 years of the Torrens title system, which revolutionised land registration and replaced the convoluted General law title system.
Information on the Registrar of Titles, the history of the titles office, General law titles, Crown land, legislation and a glossary of common terms used in land dealings.
Conduct a title search online; or, through a range of online services veryify a title's authenticity, track activity on a title and follow the progress of a registered or unregistered plan.
Information on common dealings: mortgages and discharges of mortgage, changing title details, replacing lost or destroyed titles, changing property boundaries, subdividing or consolidating titles, caveats, covenants and easements, and adverse possession.
Land Victoria's list of all forms, guides and fees relating to everyday land and title dealings.
Advice on new procedures and current issues relevant to title searchers, solicitors, conveyancers, financial institutions, surveyors and other lodging parties.
Information on plans of subdivision and consolidation, building subdivision guidelines, acceptable easement purposes, non-survey guidelines and interpreting strata plans.
Information on owners corporations and how they are created.
The Lodging Book includes general information, forms and documents that are needed to lodge land transactions with Land Victoria. The five sections are available in PDF format, free-of-charge.
This is a link to the SPEAR website. SPEAR allows subdivision and planning applications to be lodged, managed, referred, approved and tracked online.
This is a link to the Electronic Conveyancing (EC) website. EC is used by conveyancers, solicitors and financial institutions on behalf of their clients (vendors and purchasers) to conduct electronic financial property settlement and the electronic lodgement of conveyancing transactions and electronic payment of duty to the State Revenue Office.