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Notice of appointment of an administrator
The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) has the power under the Guardianship and Administration Act 2000 to appoint an administrator to help a person with impaired decision-making capacity by making certain financial and legal decisions on their behalf.
The QCAT order making the appointment can be recorded as an administrative advice on the title owned by the person with the impaired capacity.
The notice prevents anyone from dealing with the interest of the person unless documents to be recorded on the title are signed in accordance with the order.
For additional information about Titles Registry forms, see the land title practice manual.
Note: Titles Registry forms are legally binding and must be completed carefully. The Titles Registry can provide general information about forms and requirements. If you require personal advice - that is, advice taking your circumstances into consideration, or the options available to you - then it is recommended that you speak to a lawyer.