Power of Attorney Forms
Form 1 - General Particular Power of Attorney Form 1
Form 2 - General Power of Attorney
Form 2 (21 KB)
Form 3 - Particular Enduring Power of Attorney
Form 3 (47 KB)
Form 4 - General Enduring Power of Attorney
Form 4 (47 KB)
Enduring Powers of Attorney Fact Sheet (PDF 303Kb)
Form 5 - Registration Form
A form which must be completed, signed and dated with lodgment of any Power of Attorney, Revocation, Declaration, Certificate or other instrument under the Powers of Attorney Act 2000.
A Form 5 and a lodgment form are included within the links to each of Forms 1-4 and 6.
Form 6 - Appointment of The Public Trustee as Attorney
Form 6 (21 KB)
Deed of Revocation of Power of Attorney
Deed of Revocation of Power of Attorney (1Mb)
Declaration of Death, Bankruptcy or Insolvency of Donor
The Powers of Attorney Act 2000 requires notice to be given in the Register of the donor's death, bankruptcy or insolvency.
Declaration of Death, Bankruptcy or Insolvency of Donor (21 KB)
Certificate of Proof of Foreign Execution of Power of Attorney
Certificate of Proof of Foreign Execution of Power of Attorney (1Mb)
Where do I lodge a Power Of Attorney for Registration?
can be paid by:
or Money Order (made payable to the Recorder of Titles).
If paying by cheque or money order the
cheque or money order must accompany your
lodging in person at the LTO,
you can make payment by EFTPoS or
by cheque or money order (as above).
can make your payment online - by credit card.
Ensure you request this payment method
in writing with your lodgement form and supply a valid email address.
After we receive your lodgement, you
will receive an email with information on how to pay online.
NOTES: The lodgement will not proceed
until payment has been made.
(This does not mean
automatic registration, the lodgement will proceed to the area that
undertakes examination and registration once payment is
Payment must be made
with 7 days.
following credit cards are accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Visa debit card and
Mastercard debit card.
WHO REGULARLY LODGE POWERS OF ATTORNEY WITH THE LAND TITLES OFFICE SHOULD EMAIL
firstname.lastname@example.org TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON AVAILABLE PAYMENT
What do I need to lodge?
You need to lodge:
- The original signed, dated and witnessed Power of Attorney document;
- A completed Lodgement Form;
- An original, signed and dated Form 5 Registration Application; and
- The prescribed fee.
The Lodgement Form and the Form 5 Registration Application can be found within the PDF copies of each Power of Attorney form above.
What is the prescribed fee?
The prescribed fees for registration of a Power of Attorney or a revocation of a Power of Attorney may be found on the Land Titles Office Fees page.
How can I pay the prescribed fee?
There are two payment methods available:
1. You can pay by cheque or money order (made payable to: Recorder of Titles) which accompanies your lodgement.
2. You can make a request in writing to pay by credit card. You will need to supply the name and contact number of the credit cardholder. A staff member will then contact the cardholder and process an over the phone credit card transaction.
Note: The following credit cards are accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Visa debit card and Mastercard debit card.
- When lodging a Power of Attorney document for registration, the original signed, dated and witnessed document(s) must be lodged.
- Once registered, it/they will be returned to you via post, so it is important that you provide a correct postal address, or alternatively, you can arrange to collect the original Power of Attorney from the Land Titles Office following registration.
- Staff of the Land Titles Office cannot provide legal advice.
- It is always recommended that you seek independent legal advice (from a legal practitioner and/or a trustee company) before completing a Power of Attorney form.