Dealing statement search

What is a dealing?

Any document that deals with a title, such as a mortgage, lease or easement is known as a dealing or an instrument. A plan or title may have multiple associated dealings.

Each dealing or instrument in the Automated Titles System (ATS) has a 9-digit dealing number.

What information will I get from a dealing statement search?

A dealing statement search will provide you with an extract from the ATS that will display:

  • dealing number
  • type and status
  • relevant dates
  • associated dealing title and/or plan numbers.

View a sample dealing statement search result.

This search doesn’t provide an imaged copy of the dealing.

How will my results return?

Results will be immediately available via the result screen. Simply select ‘Completed’ to view results in PDF format.

Results will also be in the Confirm inbox for up to 30 calendar days. You can retrieve, print or save the result again at no extra cost.

You can also choose to receive a result via email.

If you have a default profile with an email address, your address will be auto-filled. Visit Profiles for more information.

Can I order a copy of the dealing?

Yes, you can order a copy of the dealing through ‘Order images: document/dealing’ on the Qld land searches main menu.

What information can I get from the dealing number?

All dealing numbers beginning with a 7 or higher have been created since the introduction of ATS in 1994. Dealings created before this have apre-ATS dealing number and a corresponding ATS dealing number beginning with a 6.

You can do searches on either ATS (standard) or pre-ATS dealing numbers.

Can I order an unregistered dealing?

Unregistered dealings aren’t available from CITEC Confirm. However an automated title search will provide you with the details of any associated unregistered dealings.

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Our Customer Service Centre is here to help you between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

Phone 1800 773 773

View our Qld land searches user guide for more information on how to search.