Land Court fees

As at 1 July 2023

Regulatory fees

Our fees and charges increase on 1 July each year. On 1 July 2023 our fees and charges were increased by 3.4% in line with Government’s indexation policy.

From 1 July 2022 fees are stated in fee regulations as fee units and not in dollars.

As at 1 July 2023, the value of a fee unit for court fees is $1.060 (see s2 of the Acts Interpretation (Fee Unit) Regulation 2022 and s48B of the Acts Interpretation Act 1954). Please note the rounding rules that apply under s48C of the Acts Interpretation Act 1954.

You can contact us to find out details about specific fees, charges or prices.

See the schedule to the Land Court Regulation 2021 for details of the fee units and rounding rules. GST is not applicable to these fees.

Item Fee ($)

Obtaining a copy of a record of the Land Court, or a document or exhibit filed with the registrar:


First copy:

$3.15 per page

Maximum fee for first copy:


Additional copy:

0.70 per page

Maximum fee for additional copy:


Item Fee ($)

Issuing a subpoena


Serving a notice of appeal on the Land Appeal Court registrar


Applying for a proceeding in the Land Appeal Court to be heard or decided at another place


Non-regulatory fees

These fees include GST.

ItemFee ($)

Queensland Land Court Reports

165.20 per volume

Crown Lands Law Reports

82.55 per volume

Land Tribunal Reports

31.00 per report

Methods of payment

The Land Court registry accepts the following payment methods for court fees:

  • bank cheques
  • solicitor firm cheques
  • cash
  • money order

Make solicitor firm cheques or money orders in the name of ‘Department of Justice and Attorney-General’.

Note: You cannot pay court fees by personal cheques or EFTPOS.