NSW Lands Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report
How to get the best results from your CITEC Confirm search
 
What is a Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report?

The Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report complements the Lease Folio Data Extract Report but provides additional, specialised lease folio information including caveats, writs, Orders of Court plus unregistered dealings affecting a commercial lease complex.

 
What information will I get from a Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report Search?

A Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report returns the list of lease folios relating to the commercial complex with the following details:

  • Commercial complex name and address/locality (if available)
  • Complex Head Title Reference(s)
  • Lease Folio(s)
  • Premises description
  • Dealing (if there is no current lease on Title, the report will indicate this)
  • Registration Date
  • Lodged Date of the lease
  • Name(s) of the caveator(s)
  • Lease Expiry Date, and
  • Any other related information including option to renew, option to purchase etc.
 
How do I search for a Lease Extract Caveats and Other Dealings Report

You can search by Head Title Reference, Lease Complex Name or Lease Folio Number.

 
What is the correct format for a Head Title Reference?

Head Title References must conform to one of the following formats:

  • a lot in a Deposited Plan, for example,1/1023456
  • a lot in a Section in a Deposited Plan, for example,1234/5678/123456
  • a lot in a Strata Plan, for example, 1/SP12345
  • a Share Title Sub Folio, for example, 1/123A
  • a Volume and Folio Reference corresponding to an Auto Consolidated Title, for example,12345-1
 
What is the correct format for a Lease Complex Name?

Lease Complex Name searching supports the partial entry of names and the use of wildcards (asterisk (*) and the percent (%)), for example, Westfield%.

 
What is the correct format for a Lease Folio Number?

Lease Folio Number consists of the prefix LF and a number.for example , LF35.