The LTSA is accountable to the users of British Columbia's land title and survey systems. Accountability and transparency of LTSA operations is achieved through a variety of means, including:

  1. Five- and ten-year reviews of LTSA operational performance
  2. Statutory procedures for appointing the LTSA's Board of Directors, and qualification criteria for Directors
  3. Regulated safeguards on how LTSA revenues are spent and how service fees are established
  4. Establishment of an independent Stakeholder Advisory Committee to provide counsel on operational questions
  5. Public right of access to all business plans and key policies and decisions
  6. Public release of an annual report on LTSA achievements, quarterly unaudited, consolidated interim financial statements, and annual audited financial statements
  7. Annual general meeting open to anyone where any questions may be raised
  8. Adoption of a public complaints procedure