FAQs

Most documents and plans must be filed electronically, with a very small number eligible to be filed manually in hardcopy form. Please consult the...

Under the Land Title Act, the electronic version of a document submitted through EFS is deemed to be the original document for all...

The subscriber must be in position to deliver the true copy or copy of the true copy of the original electronic instrument if requested by the...

No. The local government must use a fee paying account for electronic filing. The non-fee paying account may only be used for searching LTSA...

Currently, a subscriber may be a BC lawyer in good standing with the Law Society, a BC notary public in good standing with the Society of Notaries...

Yes. Section 168.111 of the Land Title Act provides the Registrar with discretion to accept an application or other instrument in hardcopy form despite a direction by the Director of Land Titles that such a class of document be filed electronically.

Exceptions will be made by Registrars exercising discretion in extenuating circumstances where electronic submission is impractical. An example of such a circumstance would be the failure of an applicant's computer system.

In addition, land title documents and plans required to be electronically filed may be filed in hardcopy form if they fit within the exemptions noted in the Director's Requirements to Submit Land Title Forms Electronically (DR 06-11).