Registration fee is a type of government charge passed onto the consumer by the titles registry offices for the service in registering your interest over a property in their registers. Each State has their own land registry that administers their own land registers. Each land registry will have different fees for the registration of different interests, so it is important that you refer to the correct authority when you are looking to purchase. The cost of the registration fee also changes every year, usually around the end of a financial year.
You can refer to the property and land titles website for further details on the costs of the registration fees. There are also calculators available to help you confirm the fees that are applicable to your transaction: https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/building-property-development/titles-property-surveying/titles-property/payments/fee-calculator
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