If you are selling your property you will need a land information certificate so that the correct settlement of sale can be made.
You can ask your solicitor or conveyancer to apply for the land information certificate.
Cost of a Land Information Certificate
As of 1 July 2020 the cost of a land information certificate is:
- $27.00 for normal processing (allow 5 business days for a web application);
- $71.70 for urgent certificates required within 24 hours (available only via a web application).
Due to recent changes in the service delivery times of Australia Post, Yarra's ability to provide Land Information Certificates via regular mail has been affected. We encourage all applicants to apply for this information electronically, as responses to applications via regular mail may take up to 3 weeks to be returned.
How to apply and pay for a Land Information Certificate
You can apply and pay for a land certificate online.
Please note: There is currently a known issue with Chrome that impacts our our online forms. If you upgraded your browser during February to March 2020, then you may experience time-out issues when using our forms. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Opening our online forms for more than 15 minutes may result in a time-out, and losing information entered when you press 'submit'. To ensure a form doesn't time out, please prepare the information you want to send to us offline, then cut and paste your information into the form.
If you press ‘submit’ and don't receive an acknowledgment email with a reference number, please email the statutory planning unit on firstname.lastname@example.org