Land information certificates
If you are selling a property, you will need to obtain a Land Information Certificate. The Certificate is required so that the correct settlement can be made. Commonly, your solicitor or conveyancer will apply for and obtain this information.
Under section 229 of the Local Government Act 1989, Council must issue Land Information Certificates on application. The Land Information Certificate provides information regarding valuations of the particular property, the amount of rates charged and arrears/interest if applicable.
A separate certificate regarding building regulations can also be applied for.
The cost of obtaining a Land Information Certificate is $27.00.
Apply and Pay Online
You can also apply by downloading and filling out the Rates Property Inquiry Application Form(PDF, 57KB) and returning it to a Customer Service Centre.
The form is also available at any legal stationery shop.
If your application is done through the mail please send it to:
- Mornington Peninsula Shire
Private Bag 1000, Rosebud VIC 3933
If you are a registered user please follow the below link:
Land Information User Access
Please make all cheques payable to the Mornington Peninsula Shire and allow approximately three working days for the certificate to arrive.
For further information, call us on 1300 850 600.