An electronic Certificate of Title or eCT is a person’s record of interests and rights affecting their land. An eCT is issued by the Registrar of Titles to the registered proprietor or mortgagee.
This document shows the date it was created, plus all registrations and recordings made in the Register at the time. This includes the name/s of registered proprietor/s and other interests such as mortgages, covenants and caveats.
Registrations in the Register have a government guarantee.
Victoria’s eCTs use the latest security technology and come with enhanced security features. They are designed to minimise the possibility of fraud providing additional protection of customers’ interests and rights.