Form LA21 Part B "Exchange of Land Application" - Queensland, Australia

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Department of Resources
You can now lodge your application online via
Part A Contact and Land Details and by July
2023 you will able to apply for all State Land Act
applications online.
Part B – Form LA21
Exchange of Land Application
Requirements
1.
This application is for exchange of State land.
2.
Please read the respective
Purchasing, exchanging or allocating state land
guide, which includes application
restrictions.
3.
Payment of the prescribed
Application fee
(per title reference), if relevant. A refund of application fees will not be
given.
(Details of fees are available on the
Department of Resources website
at <https://www.resources.qld.gov.au> or
from a regional
department's business office
or call 13 QGOV 13 74 68).
4.
Part A - Form LA00:
Contact and land details
will need to be completed and submitted with your application.
5.
Any additional information to support the application.
6.
Your application will not be considered as having been properly made unless all parts of this application form have
been completed accurately, otherwise your application may be returned to you to complete.
7.
Prior to lodging your application, the Department strongly encourages the applicant to have a pre-lodgement
meeting with a departmental officer who will provide additional information in relation to native title, expected
timeframes, anticipated costs and to ensure the application will achieve your desired outcome.
Important information
8.
Your application will be assessed against requirements under the
<https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/>
Land Act 1994
to determine the most appropriate use and tenure.
9.
If an application is approved, the written offer sets out various conditions such as:
payment of any difference in the land valuations, including GST.
payment of stamp duty.
lodgement of a plan of subdivision, if needed.
payment of all regulatory fees and charges.
10. Information on this form, and any attachments, is being collected to process and assess your application under section
18 of the
1994. If required, we may need to consult with third parties such as relevant local or state agencies
Land Act
and adjoining property owners. Details provided to third parties will generally be limited to type of application, area
applied for and intended use. Your personal information will not otherwise be disclosed unless authorised or required
by law.
11. Please note that we may wish to contact you to seek your views on our service, to advise you of any legislative
changes that might affect you or to seek your participation in surveys or programs relevant to your application type.
Any participation will be voluntary and you may email
stateland@resources.qld.gov.au
if you do not wish for the
department to contact you.
12. The department may also compile or analyse statistics and conduct research. Any publication of findings will not
involve the publication of identifying personal information.
13. For further privacy information click
Privacy
or go to
<www.resources.qld.gov.au/home/legal/privacy>.
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Department of Resources
You can now lodge your application online via
Part A Contact and Land Details and by July
2023 you will able to apply for all State Land Act
applications online.
Part B – Form LA21
Exchange of Land Application
Requirements
1.
This application is for exchange of State land.
2.
Please read the respective
Purchasing, exchanging or allocating state land
guide, which includes application
restrictions.
3.
Payment of the prescribed
Application fee
(per title reference), if relevant. A refund of application fees will not be
given.
(Details of fees are available on the
Department of Resources website
at <https://www.resources.qld.gov.au> or
from a regional
department's business office
or call 13 QGOV 13 74 68).
4.
Part A - Form LA00:
Contact and land details
will need to be completed and submitted with your application.
5.
Any additional information to support the application.
6.
Your application will not be considered as having been properly made unless all parts of this application form have
been completed accurately, otherwise your application may be returned to you to complete.
7.
Prior to lodging your application, the Department strongly encourages the applicant to have a pre-lodgement
meeting with a departmental officer who will provide additional information in relation to native title, expected
timeframes, anticipated costs and to ensure the application will achieve your desired outcome.
Important information
8.
Your application will be assessed against requirements under the
<https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/>
Land Act 1994
to determine the most appropriate use and tenure.
9.
If an application is approved, the written offer sets out various conditions such as:
payment of any difference in the land valuations, including GST.
payment of stamp duty.
lodgement of a plan of subdivision, if needed.
payment of all regulatory fees and charges.
10. Information on this form, and any attachments, is being collected to process and assess your application under section
18 of the
1994. If required, we may need to consult with third parties such as relevant local or state agencies
Land Act
and adjoining property owners. Details provided to third parties will generally be limited to type of application, area
applied for and intended use. Your personal information will not otherwise be disclosed unless authorised or required
by law.
11. Please note that we may wish to contact you to seek your views on our service, to advise you of any legislative
changes that might affect you or to seek your participation in surveys or programs relevant to your application type.
Any participation will be voluntary and you may email
stateland@resources.qld.gov.au
if you do not wish for the
department to contact you.
12. The department may also compile or analyse statistics and conduct research. Any publication of findings will not
involve the publication of identifying personal information.
13. For further privacy information click
Privacy
or go to
<www.resources.qld.gov.au/home/legal/privacy>.
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Exchange of Land
Use Only
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1.
The application is for:
Exchange of Leasehold land
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Exchange of Freehold land
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2.
Have you made a previous application for an exchange of this land?
Yes
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No
3.
Was this application refused?
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Yes
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No
4.
Has there been any change in circumstances from the previous application, which may lead to this application being
accepted for further consideration?
Yes
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No
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Your application may be refused if circumstances have not changed.
5.
Provide details of the change in circumstances from the previous application.
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(If there is insufficient space, please lodge as an attachment)
6.
Provide details of the current use of land e.g. grazing.
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(If there is insufficient space, please lodge as an attachment)
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7.
Enter details of you land in Schedule 2 below
Schedule 2
Lot/Plan
Title Reference
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The details of the land can be found on a current copy of the Title or on your rates notice. A current title search can be purchased by calling
1300 255 750, visiting the
Titles Queensland website
<https://www.titlesqld.com.au/>
(and select ‘Searches’) or visiting one of the
regional
business
centres).
If insufficient space, please add additional description as an attachment.
8.
Enter details of you land in Schedule 3 below
Schedule 3
Lot/Plan
Title Reference
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The details of the land can be found on a current copy of the Title or on your rates notice. A current title search can be purchased by calling
1300 255 750, visiting the
Titles Queensland website
<https://www.titlesqld.com.au/>
(and select ‘Searches’) or visiting one of the
regional
business
centres).
If insufficient space, please add additional description as an attachment.
9.
Provide specific details of the reasons you require an exchange of land, and list below ALL existing improvements on
your land e.g. fencing, dams, buildings etc.
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(If there is insufficient space, please lodge as an attachment)
A property sketch and/or aerial photo overlay of the improvement should be attached to the application.
10. Provide details of any additional information to support the application. (optional)
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(If there is insufficient space, please lodge as an attachment)
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Attachments
The following will need to be lodged with your application for it to be considered a properly made application. If all this
information is not submitted, your application will be returned.
11. Tick the box to confirm the attachments for part of the application:
Application Fee
Part A – Form LA00 – Contact and Land details
Property sketch and /or aerial photo overlay
It is recommended that any attached plans, sketches or maps be of A4 or A3-size. Your application will not be considered as having been
properly made, unless all parts of this application form are completed accurately. In this instance your application may be returned to you for
completion.
Declaration
I certify that I have read the information, which forms part of this application and the information I have provided is true and
accurate.
Signature of applicant (or their legal representative)
/
/
Date:
If applicant, section 142 of the
states a person is eligible to apply for, buy or hold land under the Land Act 1994 if the person is
Land Act 1994
an adult, that is, 18 years of age or over. If the legal representative of the applicant is signing as the applicant then the legal representative’s
full name must be printed immediately below the signature.
Clears the form
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