Titles Registry lodgement fees - Queensland Government.
To calculate fees, use the fee calculator. If lodging by post, fill in and include a credit card order form (PDF, 211KB) or include a cheque or money order made out to the 'Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy'. Note: No additional fees apply if lodging by post. See our fee calculator for details.
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Fees and payment. To calculate fees, use the fee calculator. If lodging in person, you can pay by cash, cheque, money order, EFTPOS or credit card. If lodging by post, include a cheque or money order made out to the 'Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy'. Do not send cash through the mail.
Quicklaw Registration Fees Calculator (QUEENSLAND) 1. For the transfer of ownership from the Seller to the Buyer. Instructions. Our calculator is current as at 1 July 2018 and only applies to one (1) or more lots on one (1) Title Deed only. Type in the full purchase price (in figures) for the property in the box below.
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