Inquiry into the Proposed Long Term Lease of Land Titles and Registry Functions of Land Use Victoria

Terms of Reference

On 23 May 2018 the Legislative Council agreed to the following motion:

That this House requires the Standing Committee on Environment and Planning to inquire into, consider and report by 7 August 2018 on the proposed long term lease of the land titles and registry functions of Land Use Victoria, with particular reference to –

  1. the implications for the ongoing integrity of the land use system in Victoria; 
  2. the risks to privacy and security of sensitive data held by Land Use Victoria;
  3. the likely consequences for the cost and service levels of the titles and registry functions being commercialised;
  4. the implications for the people employed at the Land Titles Office undertaking the work the government seeks to privatise;
  5. the  proposed  financial  arrangements of  the  sale  and  cost  and  benefit  of  those arrangements to Victoria in the long term; and
  6. other Australian and international experiences of privatising similar services.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 August 2018