Wayne update – so you think you own your land
A message to those who “own” their land, with no mortgage. Your parchment title deed first was shredded by Premiers Goss and Beattie in good old communist style. Now Premier Palaszczuk is tearing up your paper titles.
I just bought 420 acres in SA and they no longer give “Deeds” to the property in paper … it’s kept in the titles office. I think is disgusting they can even attempt to do this to people … I paid for the land outright, no mortgage and all I get is a letter of registration from the titles office because they no longer support duplicate titles … whatever that means. Should only be one title from my understanding … Paul
This is disgusting, my last deeds of my property on the Gold Coast said that I was a tenant of the land , I talked to my lawyer about it and he just shrugged it off. Agenda 21 … Rainer
And you thought you owned anything? Psalm 24 … What we see is the ever accelerating slide into Big Mummas New World Order. Watch the Fatican with her political and economic slaves as she implements her new world money system. Remember, it is a Spiritual war, Eph 6.12 … the political/economic charade is just to distract everyone … John
First listen to Wayne’s Video Nov 12th + 16th Who are the guilty ones. Watch it before you read below.
Jun 18 by Editor, cairnsnews
Land ownership deed of grant in fee simple no longer available in Queensland
From 1 October 2019, paper certificates of title will no longer be used and will cease to be an instrument under the Land Title Act
From 1 October 2019, an equitable mortgage will no longer be created by leaving a certificate of title with a mortgagee
A number of other minor amendments to the Land Title Act are highlighted
On 26 March 2019 the Queensland Parliament passed the Land, Explosives and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2019 (Amending Act). The Amending Act introduces significant amendments to the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld) (LT Act) which sees paper certificates of title becoming redundant as part of the push towards a completely electronic conveyancing system in Queensland.
This is what a proper Certificate of Title looks like
Your parchment title deed … (which was a genuine wet ink contract) … was shredded by Premiers Goss and Beattie in good old communist style. Now Premier Palaszczuk is getting rid of “worthless” paper titles and your property will become a blip in a socialist computer. Hackers welcome.
The practical effect of these amendments is that as of 1 October 2019, the Registrar will not be able to issue paper certificates. There will also no longer be a requirement to lodge existing certificates in the Titles Office for future dealings with the land to which they relate. As a result, paper certificates will not provide evidence of an owner’s indefeasible title over property, and there will be no requirement to deliver paper certificates of title at settlement.
A raft of amendments will be made to the LT Act to give effect to the Amending Act. Although many of those changes only reflect the removal of references to certificates of title as contained in the LT Act, some of the more substantive changes include:
Removal of section 154 of the LT Act. This means that, where an instrument (eg, a transfer of land) is sought to be lodged and a paper certificate exists, the purchaser will no longer be required to lodge any certificate of title for cancellation with that transfer.
An instrument (that has not already been rejected) lodged before 1 October 2019 but not registered because the paper certificate was not returned, may be registered despite noncompliance with section 154. For example, where a mortgage was lodged over land prior to 1 October 2019 without the certificate of title, after 1 October 2019, the Registrar can register that dealing, without the certificate of title having ever been lodged.
A certificate of title will cease to be an instrument under the LT Act, and as such, will no longer be evidence of the indefeasible title for the lot upon which it is issued. The electronic title maintained by the Titles Registry will be the record of ownership.
The amendments also have ramifications for the creation of equitable mortgages over property. Currently, section 75 of the LT Act states that an equitable mortgage can be created by leaving a paper certificate with the mortgagee. Under the amendments, that will no longer be possible from 1 October 2019.
However, the omission of section 75 does not alter rights or obligations arising under an existing equitable mortgage created prior to 1 October 2019. A mortgagee wanting to enforce their security under an existing equitable mortgage arising pursuant to section 75 will still be required to prove that the equitable mortgage was created by the provision of a certificate of title. Furthermore, such an equitable mortgagee will still be required to enforce their security through an order of the Court.
If you would like to discuss any aspects of changes to the LT Act, please contact HopgoodGanim Lawyers’ Property team.
A CPO has no more Authority than ordinary people. If your form was signed off by a Notary Public since 1975, it has has no authority and certainly no Crown Authority. England is under European Law so there is no Authority there either. I have the list of so called Notary Publics in Queensland and they are all under this seal … Dick
Thank you for the clarification, I already knew that. There are wars going on behind the scenes that are unbelievable … Hughie West