What information will I get from a document search?
You can obtain copies of registered documents from a WA land document search. Some documents you can order include:
View a sample transfer document.
What search criteria should I use for a document search?
You’ll need to enter a valid document number and your reference.
For Year Documents, you’ll also need to select the document type. Document numbers display on a title, which you can obtain through a title search.
View more information on the search requirements below.
|Field name||Valid criteria|
|Document number||Unique number allocated to each document filed in the WA land registry system.
For non-year documents, the number should be a letter followed by a number between one to six digits, for example D123456.
Year Document numbers should be:
(for example, 3/1963).
|Document type||Only required if you’re ordering a Year Document. Use the dropdown to select a document type.|
|Page options||As documents can contain large numbers of pages, you can use the ‘Page options’ field to narrow down returned results to:
How long should it take to receive results?
Most results are available immediately online.
Some searches may proceed to a manual process. You’ll receive manually processed results via email within three business days.
How do I view the results?
Results display onscreen and are also available from the Confirm inbox for 30 calendar days.