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For land title forms Form A, Form B, Form C - Charge and Form C - Release, a subscriber may be either a BC lawyer, notary public or member of the Authorized Subscriber Register that is certifying that they have in their possession a signed true copy of the electronic form, or a copy of the true c

Our Human Resources department only accepts resumes or applications for specific positions.

If you are interested in working at the LTSA, please keep checking for opportunities on our website.

If a position is posted on our website, there will be detailed instructions on how to apply and what qualifications are needed for the position.

That information will be available on the Careers page on this website.

The Assurance Fund Reserve is an essential component of the land title system in BC and is available to compensate owners in the rare cases where they are deprived of title to land either because of an error in the administration of the land title system or because they are the innocent victims o

In 2005, amendments to legislation provided additional strength to the integrity of the land title registration system by providing a legal means for fairly compensating losses to:

Various survey plans of historic interest are retained by the LTSA, including:

As a change in practice, descriptive phrases pertaining to derivative charges such as "modified by" and "extended by" are no longer referenced in the priority agreements.

Priority agreement endorsements will only reflect the active prior charges that are registered on the title to be encumbered with the priority agreement.

No. The LTSA is an independent corporation formed in 2005 by statute with the specific responsibility of ensuring the continued integrity of BC's land title and survey systems.