To arrange for public notices to be published in the QLR, please send the following to the ICLRQ before the relevant publication deadline (either by post, email, or hand-delivery):
Once payment has been received and processed, the receipt invoice will be emailed to you (please allow 1-2 business days for processing).
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Upon sending your advertising request to the ICLRQ via email, you will receive a notification email confirming that we have received your Notice for publication in the QLR, and that we will process payment for your advertisement and send you the receipt invoice in due course.
Please allow 1-2 business days for processing.
ICLRQ publication deadline
The Queensland Law Reporter is published every Friday with the deadline for payment and submission of the advertisement being the Monday prior at 3:30pm.
In 2021, the QLR is scheduled for publication every Friday from 15 January 2021 to 17 December 2021.
Please note that the ICLRQ requires both the Notice of Intention as well as payment details (cheque or credit card details) by the deadline, in order for the public notice to be accepted for publication in the QLR. We do not accept scanned versions of cheques via email.
Please also be advised that the ICLRQ is unable to accept submission of advertisements for the relevant publication date after the deadline has passed.
Withdrawing or amending advertisements
Notices can only be withdrawn or corrected up until 4:30pm on the Wednesday prior to publication. No refunds can be issued (for cancellation of advertisements) nor further amendments be applied to advertisements after this deadline has passed.
The ICLRQ regrets that it cannot advise or assist in the drafting of public notices. Please contact either the Public Trustee of Queensland or the Brisbane Supreme Court Registry at 1800 497 117, if you need further information or guidance on lodging an application for grant of probate or letters of administration.
Proofs of advertisements
The ICLRQ does not provide proofs of the advertisements prior to publication, or copies of the notices or of the Queensland Law Reporter. The content of your advertisement is published exactly as what is submitted.
You can view and download your notice online, on our website after midday on the day of publication, by accessing the relevant edition of the QLR here.