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A deposited plan is an image returned from the state authority that defines the size, shape, physical site features and unseen boundaries of the property.
An 88B Instrument is a document that accompanies any new plan for registration where a property easement, right, restriction or covenant is being created (or removed).
A strata plan, like a survey, is created by a surveyor and it documents unit sizes and structures as well as what is common and exclusive use property. It also includes any parking or lockers that are part of the unit.
A DA is a formal request to the relevant local council for consent to conduct proposed development. This could include changing the use of land, subdividing land, carrying out work on a building and landscaping amongst other things
A sewer service diagram shows the private wastewater pipes on a property. Sewerage service diagrams are often referred to as ‘Property sewerage diagrams’.
A cadastral survey plan or a registered plan or plan image indicates the pegs in the ground that are used to mark the lot boundaries of a property in the form of bearings and distances, as well as the area. This is done so that the property can be easily identified landowners and adjoining owners.
Dial Before You Dig is the national referral service for information on underground infrastructure.
Please note Telstra searches are not included in this request.
Shows if Powerlink Queensland has an interest in or within 500 meters of a property, or if Powerlink Queensland is investigating a new route which may affect the property. Plan details are required for the search.
Please note, no refunds are available from Powerlink.
ASIC Current and Historical Personal Name Extract
A Criminal History Check (also called a Criminal Police Check) contains a summary of a person’s history information in Australia. This includes all findings of guilt unless spent. Whether a finding is spent will depend on state and federal legislation, but generally, a spent finding is a criminal offence older than 5 years if convicted as a child, or an offence older than 10 years in any other case.
A Criminal History Check for a volunteer is essentially the same as a Criminal History Check, but at a discounted rate.
Motor Vehicle History Search
A vehicle check contains information regarding the car’s finance history, whether it has been written-off or stolen, as well as its current registration status.