Keep track of your title
TitleWatch is an automatic monitoring service that notifies subscribers via automatic email when an action is detected on a Certificate of Title.
TitleWatch will notify you of actions such as changes to ownership details (including change of proprietor’s address), mortgages details, leases and caveats.
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How TitleWatch works
The Landgate system will check if there has been any action on a Certificate of Title that has triggered a change in status. This check will automatically occur twice daily, at 12 noon and 4pm.
If an action has occurred, it will trigger that a change of status has occurred since the last system check. Landgate will automatically send an email notification alerting you to the updated status.
What affects the status of my Certificate of Title?
A change in status of your title is triggered by an electronic advice of sale, commonly known as EAS2. This is an online service used by conveyancers and legal professionals to advise Water Corporation, RevenueWA and local government authorities of an impending property settlement.
Dealings also trigger a change in status on your title. A dealing is an action against a Certificate of Title such as changes to a proprietor, an address, mortgage details and/or encumbrances.
If an electronic advice of a sale submission occurs or a dealing is lodged against a Certificate of Title, the Landgate system will immediately change its status from ‘no action’ to ‘action’.
Receive notifications at every stage
The status of the Certificate of Title will continue to show there is an ‘action’ against the title when a dealing has reached any of these six notifiable states or when an electronic advice of sale submission has been made:
- Submitted – when an electronic advice of sale submission has been made against a Certificate of Title.
- Lodged – where documents have been lodged against a Certificate of Title.
- Registered – where documents have been registered against a Certificate of Title.
- Withdrawn – where documents have been lodged then withdrawn against a Certificate of Title.
- Rejected – where documents have been lodged then rejected against a Certificate of Title.
- Not required – where a Certificate of Title is removed from the dealing as it was not required for registration.
- Cancelled – where a Certificate of Title has been cancelled and new titles created.