Land Titles Office

The Recorder of Titles is the statutory officer responsible for providing the community with certainty of title to land. This is achieved by the development and administration of legislation governing land dealings in Tasmania. 

The Torrens title system provides people, commerce and industry with significant economic advantages when dealing with land.

In this topic

  • Land Titles Office Fees
    Statutory fees for lodgements with the Land Titles Office.
  • Lodgment Requirements
    Information to help individuals and professionals prepare and lodge documents with the Land Titles Office.
  • Certificates of Title
    Information about the current and future status of certificates of title.
  • Land Titles Office FAQs
    Common questions asked of the Tasmanian Land Titles Office and the answers.
  • Strata Title Information and FAQs
    A Strata Scheme is a development which divides a property into lots and common property.
  • Review of the Strata Titles Act 1998
    The Strata Titles Act 1998 is being reviewed. When introduced the Act intended to provide a framework for the development of land by way of strata titles, including staged development sche​​mes and community development schemes, and the regulation of day-to-day living and administration of strata developments.
  • Power of Attorney Forms
    Power of Attorney forms, guides and related information to help you prepare your Power of Attorney.
  • General Law Forms and Applications
    General Law Forms and Applications
  • Overriding Interest Application Forms
    Overriding Interest Application Forms
  • Plan Documentation
    Information and checklists to be used when submitting plans to the Recorder of Titles.
  • General Information
    General information and searching records.
  • Practice Guides
    Practice Guides are available on a range of specific topics.
  • Boundary Fences
    This pages direction on where to obtain information regarding Boundary Fences.
  • Office Circulars
    Circulars distributed are usually about practice notes, new/amended legislation, form design, and dealings with the Office.
  • Approved Forms
    Forms are available in hard copy from the Land Titles Office. The most commonly used forms can be accessed via the Tasmanian Online Land Dealings (TOLD) system via website.

The Recorder of Titles is a data custodian under the Personal Information Protection Act 2004 and as such is required to provide a personal information protection statement when collecting personal information not exempt under that Act. A circular containing the statement can be found at Office Circular 4/2005.​​


Land Titles Office

Level 1, 134 Macquarie Street,
Hobart, TAS, 7000.