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Web Filing forms will be introduced starting this winter.  All Web Filing forms, including the Property Transfer Tax form, will be available by...

Web Filing will be introduced in phases starting this winter, with all Web Filing Forms available by Summer 2020. PDF forms will be retired once...

The most significant difference between Web Filing forms and existing PDF form templates is that customers will no longer need to download forms,...

The LTSA and its subsidiary LandSure Systems Ltd. own and operate the myLTSA portal. The LTSA does not receive any subsidies from the BC...

Web Filing forms are only available online; there is no offline mode to create applications.

Web Filing forms will be introduced starting this winter.  All Web Filing forms, including the Property Transfer Tax form, will be available by Summer 2020. The phased introduction will provide customers time to prepare, adapt and transition to Web Filing. Once customers have had sufficient time to transition to Web Filing, PDF form templates will be retired.

Customers who use conveyancing software packages that integrate Web Filing can continue to prepare land title forms as they do today, and should speak to their provider regarding any functionality changes and expected timelines.

We encourage you to stay connected to the LTSA as Web Filing is introduced:

  • Subscribe to the LTSA’s E-newsletters or update your communication preferences in myLTSA
  • Visit the LTSA Blog and LTSA News for information
  • Provide your feedback to the LTSA by completing this survey