How to search for land titles

You can search all registered land titles and dealings in the Northern Territory for a fee through the Land Titles Office.

If you are an industry professionals who performs ten or more searches a week you can apply for an account at a fee.

One-off or occasional searches

You can search:

  • online
  • over the phone
  • by email
  • in person

Online

Online search is the quickest and most affordable way to search.

You can search by the street address or property parcel. Searches using the volume or folio may not give current titles.

You can also search for a dealing using the dealing number. Dealings can include registered mortgages, covenants, discharges and transfer of property ownership.

Step 1. Go to the Northern Territory title search website.

Step 2. Search for the address.

Step 3. Add your search to the cart.

Step 4. Click on the cart to checkout.

Step 5. Confirm payment.

Step 6. Check your email, download and save your title within one day of your request.

By phone

You can call the search clerk at the land titles office during business hours Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm.

Step 1. Call 08 8999 6520.

Step 2. Give the full details of the property you want to search for.

Step 3. Pay with your credit card.

Step 4. Check your email.

By email

You can fill out a land title request form and email it to the land titles office.

Step 1. Complete the land title request form. Include your credit card details for payment.

Land title fax request form PDF (110.7 KB)
Land title fax request form DOCX (47.4 KB)

Step 2. Email the form to AGD.RegistrarGeneral@nt.gov.au

Your land title will be emailed to you during business hours Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm.

In person

You can visit a Land titles office in Darwin or Alice Springs. Hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm.

Last updated: 02 September 2020

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