07 3497 3479
Int (+61 7 3497 3479)
8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
GPO Box 1401
Brisbane QLD 4001
Level 7, 259 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
This address is contact free (drop box only. No face-to-face customer enquiries). To speak to a member of the Titles Queensland team, please contact us via (07) 3497 3479 or email [email protected]
9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
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Do you have a question, or would like additional information? Please fill in the form below or email [email protected].
Please include any information that will assist us with your enquiry. This may include:
- Title Reference
- Lot on plan description or property address
- Dealing number for your transaction
- Desired outcome or proposed course of action
- If you are following up on a search that has been purchased, but not yet received, include details of how you purchased the search (e.g. online or by phone), the date of purchase and the receipt number.
If your enquiry relates to a search, visit Searches – Titles Queensland (titlesqld.com.au) prior to sending an enquiry.
Anticipated response times are:
- For routine enquires – within 10 business days.
- For complex matters – more than 10 business days.
Dealing is a term used to define a Titles Registry form which has been lodged. Upon lodgement, the form is issued a dealing number. This number is your reference to use when enquiring about your form.
Fee Simple is an estate in freehold land and is recorded as such on title. Most commonly this term is used to describe freehold land. When completing a Titles Registry Form, you are often required to state the interest being dealt with (i.e., transferred, mortgaged etc), ‘fee simple’ implies that the transaction is dealing with a freehold title.
Joint Tenancy is a way that land and water allocations can be held. Two or more persons hold without each having a separate or distinct title or share and there is the right of survivorship. Upon the death of a joint tenant the interest of the deceased vests in the surviving joint tenant/s.
Tenants in Common
Tenants in Common is another way that land and water allocations can be held. Two or more people hold shares that are determined by them. On the death of any of them, their interest passes in accordance with their will or the laws of intestacy.