Local governments rely on the LTSA’s no-cost electronic delivery of land title records and survey plans for the purposes of taxation or assessment of real property.

Local governments also search records and submit applications to the land title office for registration. The LTSA provides access to myLTSA Enterprise for local government employees to search records and file applications to the LTSA.

Eligible local government employees are invited to become members of the LTSA’s Authorized Subscriber Register (ASR) which would authorize them to electronically sign forms commonly submitted to the land title office by local governments.

ParcelMap BC provides a single, continuously improved cadastral representation of parcel boundaries suitable as a base map for aligning other data products province-wide. ParcelMap BC also allows the redirection of local government resources to develop value-added spatial products by reducing current parcel fabric maintenance efforts. The Integrated Cadastral Information Society is a participating stakeholder in ParcelMap BC.

The Union of BC Municipalities provides input to the LTSA through the Stakeholder Advisory Committee, and nominates a director to the LTSA Board of Directors. The LTSA also works closely with the Local Government Management Association on training and informing local government employees on current land title practices.

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