Valid plan descriptions
|BPA||BUP of amalgamation|
|BRP||BUP of resubdivision|
|BUP||Building unit plan|
|GRP||GTP of resubdivision|
|GTA||GTP of amalgamation|
|GTP||Group titles plan|
|MCP||Mixed community plan|
|MPP||Mixed precinct plan|
|MSP||Mixed stratum plan|
|SBA||Leasehold BUP (South Bank)|
|SBP||Leasehold BUP (South Bank)|
|SPA||SP of amalgamation (South Bank)|
|SPS||SP of subdivision (South Bank)|
|SRP||Leasehold BUP (South Bank)|
|SSP||Stratum plan (South Bank)|
Each Automated Titles System (ATS) title has a unique 8-digit reference. Titles created since the introduction of the ATS have a sequential reference.
Pre-ATS titles received a new reference when the automated system captured them. The references use the following rules.
The first digit identifies the type of title as per the list below, digits 2-5 identify the volume number and digits 6-8 identify the folio number. Zeros are used to replace missing digits in the volume and folio numbers.
- Title from the Brisbane Registry
- Title from the former Townsville Registry
- Title from the former Rockhampton Registry
- State Tenure or Deed of Grant
- All new titles after ATS became live
For example, reference 12345006 is 1/2345/006 or Brisbane/volume 2345/folio 6.
Each ATS dealing has a unique 9-digit identifier. Pre-ATS dealings received a new reference when the automated system captured them.
Dealing numbers are all sequential, with the first number distinguishing between converted pre-ATS dealings (6) and post-ATS dealings (7). For example, the first pre-ATS dealing captured by the ATS had the number 600000001, and the first dealing lodged directly into the ATS had the number 700000001.