The first step in an e-dealing is to create your dealing in Landonline, and add and prepare your instruments.
Set up your dealing in Landonline
To set up a dealing in Landonline, you'll need to know the instruments, affected titles and names of all parties who are part of the transaction.
If you're a new Landonline user, refer to the e-dealing user guide at the end of this page before you begin setting up your dealing.
Add instruments to your dealing
A dealing can include any combination of instruments. Enter the instrument code or choose from the drop-down list in the 'Create dealing' screen in Landonline Check the pages below for instrument codes and fees.
You can have up to:
- 50 instruments per dealing
- 300 titles per instrument
- 350 titles per dealing.
Pre-set instrument lists - for common subdivision dealings
Full instrument list - for instrument codes, fees and A&I requirements
Land registration forms - e-dealing instrument and statutory declaration forms