Stakeholder Groups

The LTSA collaborates closely with our customers and stakeholders to develop quality products and services that help to fulfill their business needs. We also serve the public interest by delivering reliable land title and survey systems that form an essential foundation for economic and social prosperity in British Columbia.

Property owners rely on the LTSA to deliver secure land titles through timely, efficient registration of land title interests and survey records.

Realtors and their firms rely on title searches and other LTSA records to verify a seller has the legal right to sell a property, and to understand any encumbrances or other issues that could prevent the completion of a real estate transaction.

BC land surveyors access LTSA records and submit applications to the Land Title and Surveyor General Divisions in support of their professional responsibility of carrying out all cadastral surveys within BC.

Legal professionals access LTSA records for conveyance and other legal matters and are authorized to submit applications to the land title office for registration.

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.

The Federal Government and its agencies search records and submit applications to the land title office for registration, and rely on the LTSA's data.

Many ministries and agencies of the Provincial Government search records and submit applications to the land title office for registration, and rely on the LTSA's data.

Financial institutions are the most common holders of charges on titles. The LTSA provides access to myLTSA Enterprise for financial institution employees to search records and file applications to the LTSA.

The LTSA provides support to First Nations as well as the provincial and federal governments in matters related to First Nations Treaty Settlements.

Utilities, telecommunications, and oil and gas companies conduct title and plan searches and submit applications such as statutory rights of way to the land title office.