A Land Information Certificate provides information about a particular property, including valuations, the amount of general rates and/or special rates, charges, arrears/interest if applicable and specifies flood levels and any applicable. The certificate is valid for 3 months from the date of issue and council will provide a verbal update within this period.
If you are selling a property in the Hepburn Shire Council you will need to obtain a Land Information Certificate to ensure that the adjustments are correctly applied at the time of settlement. Your solicitor/conveyancer should apply for and obtain this information on your behalf.
Making an Application
Standard Service: The prescribed fee for a Land Information Certificate under section 229(2)(b) of the Act from 1 July 2016 is $25.40 payable at the time of application. Your certificate will be sent within 5 business days.
Priority Service: If you require your certificate within 24 hours, the priority fee is $35.00.
You can apply by completing the Property Enquiry Application Form, and forwarding a copy, together with your cheque, to the Hepburn Shire Council, Rate Department, PO Box 21, DAYLESFORD VIC 3460. This form is also available at any legal stationery shop.