LTSA Announces Modest Fee Changes

Most LTSA services fees, including Land Owner Transparency Registry fees will increase by a small amount as of April 1, 2023. LTSA uses revenue from fees to cover operational costs and address the impact of inflation. Learn More

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Online Change of Name on Title Application for BC Property Owners

LTSA has introduced a new online application for property owners to change a name on title. Learn More

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Front Counters Open By Appointment Only Alert Level: LOW

Please be aware that LTSA’s Land Title Office front counters are open by appointment only. Many common transactions are now available online. To book an in-person visit, contact the Customer Service Centre at 1-877-577-LTSA (5872) .

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Claim of Builders Lien Online Application Now Available

File a Claim of Builders Lien application online at The new online application includes the option to easily prepopulate key information. LTSA encourages customers to use the online form to submit an application online, by mail or in person.

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LTSA recognizes the value of the historic records in its care and is committed to their preservation while enabling broader access benefiting British Columbians for generations to  come. Since 2005, LTSA has invested over $18 million in various technology, facilities and personnel dedicated to historic records conservation and digitization.

During the period, the Kamloops and Nelson Land Title District microfilm records were digitized and made accessible through all LTSA offices. In parallel, LTSA completed the move of paper-based Kamloops and Nelson Land Title District historical records to LTSA’s purpose built facility in Victoria, BC featuring a secure, state-of-the-art, climate-controlled environment with special fire-suppression technology. LTSA is continuing its multi-year project to improve record accessibility by digitizing paper records, and ensuring processes are in place to enable paper records requested by customers are made available in digital format in a timely manner.

Conservation is essential to maintaining the integrity of LTSA historic records. From April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022, 444 land title and survey plans were conserved. Since 2005, over 8,882 plans have been conserved. The Historic Records Advisory Committee (HRAC), established in 2019, continued to provide advice on conservation of and accessibility to historic records in LTSA’s care, with a focus on records of significance to First Nations. LTSA’s goal is to improve access to historic records and records conservation practices in response to feedback from HRAC and other users. LTSA completed the Research Guide to Dominion Land Records, primarily for the use of Direct Access Users. Between 2008-2020, 9,165 Dominion Township Plans were indexed and digitized.

During 2021/22, LTSA continued collaborating with other entities on records of interest to First Nations and initiated the development of a comprehensive guide to records of Indigenous interest which led to a collaboration with the University of Victoria (UVIC), Royal BC Museum, Hudson Bay Archive and First Nations. In addition, LTSA partnered with University of Victoria to make some of the earliest Indian Reserve Commission Maps available through the UVIC library online collection free of charge.