Guides for Making Changes to Title
The general instructions on this website do not guarantee registration
All land title applications undergo a complete examination after they are received. The LTSA recommends you consult with a legal professional who can provide advice on compliance with these statutory forms and related matters.
LTSA employees are not permitted to provide legal advice or assist in completing forms. If you choose to submit an application yourself, the land title office registration process for applications received by mail or in person is described below.
LTSA recommends you consult a legal professional for advice on compliance with statutory forms and related matters. However, if you prepare properly executed documents that meet statutory requirements, land title employees will accept them for registration.
These guides will help you prepare your application.
Changing ownership on title
Transferring title, such as after the purchase of a new home or death of a spouse, requires the expertise of a legal professional. If you proceed without engaging a legal professional, the following guides and samples set-out the requirements to make an application with the LTSA:
- Change ownership on title by Property Fee Simple application
- Change ownership on title by transmitting interest to an Executor [Personal Representative]
- Change ownership on title by transmitting interest to a Surviving Joint Tenant (Fee Simple)
- LOTR resources, including sample Transparency Report and Transparency Declaration