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LTO forms online

LTO forms online enables you to access interactive and blank panel forms, in PDF format, suitable for printing and lodgement in the LTO.

You cannot use forms online to generate LTO panel forms relating to land division and entitlement sheets, instead these are provided in PDF format in the table below

These forms are used by registered conveyancers and legal practitioners. It is highly recommended that you seek the assistance of a registered conveyancer or legal practitioner to ensure you do not create an unintended interest in a property.

LTO panel form standards

You must print all LTO forms in black on A4, white, 80-gsm paper and printed on both sides of the paper. If you do not have access to a duplex printer, use the manual feed option to produce a double-sided copy.

You do not require the Registrar-General's approval to reproduce panel forms in hard copy or digital formats but the Registrar-General may refuse to accept for registration any instrument, annexure sheet or inserted sheet which does not comply with the Registrar-General's LTO panel form standards  109.0 KB.

Guidance notes

You will find guidance notes for most of the forms. These are of a general nature and cannot replace the advice of a legal practitioner or registered conveyancer.

Log on to LTO forms online

Access forms online by clicking the 'Agree' button below. This indicates you have read and understood the information provided on this page and agree to comply with the Registrar-General's LTO panel form standards  109.0 KB.

User guide

For step-by-step instructions on the use of this application see the user guide 787.4 KB.

Browser settings

LTO forms online converts your data entries into PDF documents. It does this by displaying the PDF document in a secondary browser window. For security reasons most web browsers have been configured to disallow secondary windows from being automatically displayed. Therefore, in order to use the LTO forms online application your web browser may need to be configured to:

  • trust the https://www.elr.landservices.sa.gov.au/ site
  • enable Java and JavaScript
  • adjust pop-up blocker settings to allow pop-ups from https://www.elr.landservices.sa.gov.au/
  • enable file downloads
  • enable Active Scripting
  • enable the display of mixed content.

You will also need a minimum screen resolution of 800 by 600 pixels.

Configuring Adobe Reader

Forms online generates PDF documents as part of its main function. Therefore, it is a requirement that Adobe Reader be configured to display the PDF in the browser window.

You can check your Adobe Reader settings by doing the following:

  1. Open Adobe Reader.
  2. From the 'Edit' menu select the 'Preferences' option.
  3. From the 'Categories' menu highlight the 'Internet' option.
  4. Check the 'Display PDF in browser' option is ticked.
  5. Select 'OK'.

Division forms, entitlement sheets and B2 blank form

The division forms, entitlement sheets and the B2 blank form are editable PDFs no larger than 160KB that can be saved to your local hard drive for recall and update at a later time.

Forms lodged with the LTO must comply with the Registrar-General's LTO panel form standards  109.0 KB

Getting the best out of these forms

These steps will ensure you get the best out of these forms.

  1. Select the required form in the table below and it will open in Adobe Reader.
  2. Save the file to your computer using File>Save As.
  3. Close the web page.
  4. Re-open the form from the saved location. This ensures you will be asked to save the file when you next close the file and thereby not lose any entered information. If you use the form in the web page you will not be asked if you want to save the file and any data in the form will be lost.
  5. Click on the 'Highlight Fields' button near the top right hand corner of the screen to view the areas of the document that can be edited. The editable fields will now be in blue shading.
  6. Click inside a field you need to enter data. You can tab between fields.

Where statements within fields need to be struck through over-type with a row of x's or minus signs. For example xxxxxxxxx or ---------------.

The format of text is pre-set, so font size, type, colour, boldness, underlining and italics can not be adjusted.

Additional consent forms for each type of panel form are available in column 2.

Interactive and blank PDF panel forms suitable for printing and lodgement in the LTO.

Title

Panel Forms

Additional Consent Forms

Guidance notes

Amendment of a Strata Plan (A7)

AP

AP consent

A7

Amalgamation of Strata Plans (A8)

SM

SM consent

A8

Deposit a plan of community division (ACT)

ACT

ACT consent

ACT

Amendment to Lot Entitlements (AP2CP)

AP2CP

AP2CP consent

AP2CP

Amendment to Unit Entitlements (AP2SP)

AP2SP

AP2SP consent

AP2SP

Amendment of a Deposited Community Plan (AP3)

AP3

AP consent

AP3

Amendment of a Deposited Community Plan pursuant to development contract (AP4)

AP4

AP consent

AP4

Amendment of a Deposited Community Plan by adding or removing land (AP5)

AP5

AP consent

AP5

Amendment of a Deposited Strata Plan by adding or removing land (AP6)

AP6

AP consent

AP6

Blank form

B2

N/A

N/A

Cancellation of a Strata Plan (CS1)

CS1

CS1 consent

CS1

Cancellation of a Community Plan (CS2)

CS2

CS2 consent

CS2

Amalgamation of Allotments (RTA)

RTA

RTA consent

RTA

Deposit of a Plan of Division not lodged under Part 19AB of the RPA

RTD

N/A

RTD

Deposit of a Plan of Division

RTC

RTC consent

RTC

Deposit of a Plan of Division

RTU

RTU consent

RTU

Amalgamation of Community Plans (SM2)

SM2

SM2 consent

SM2

Grant of Easement

TG

TG consent

TG

Extinguishment/Variation of Easement

VE

VE consent

VE

Lot entitlement sheet 1.4 MB

N/A

N/A

Community Titles

Unit Entitlement Sheet 1.4 MB

N/A

N/A

Strata Titles

Getting help

For additional assistance using forms online or for an alternative version of a document on this page contact the Lands Titles Office


Related information

On this site

Land services industry entry point

Other web sites

South Australian legislation

Downloads

LTO Panel form standards 109.0 KB


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Page last updated: 28th November 2014