LTSA Announces Modest Fee Changes

Most LTSA services fees, including Land Owner Transparency Registry fees will increase by a small amount as of April 1, 2023. LTSA uses revenue from fees to cover operational costs and address the impact of inflation. Learn More

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Online Change of Name on Title Application for BC Property Owners

LTSA has introduced a new online application for property owners to change a name on title. Learn More

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Front Counters Open By Appointment Only Alert Level: LOW

Please be aware that LTSA’s Land Title Office front counters are open by appointment only. Many common transactions are now available online. To book an in-person visit, contact the Customer Service Centre at 1-877-577-LTSA (5872) .

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Claim of Builders Lien Online Application Now Available

File a Claim of Builders Lien application online at The new online application includes the option to easily prepopulate key information. LTSA encourages customers to use the online form to submit an application online, by mail or in person.

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LTSA Director of Land Titles Issues Updated ‘Electronic Land Title Plan and Plan Application Requirements’ Document

The ‘Electronic Land Title Plan and Plan Application Requirements’ document, issued by the Director of Land Titles, has been updated today, July 15 to coincide with the effective date of the recent Survey and Plan Rule changes. The following sections have been updated:

  • Section 4.1(k) – to reflect Survey and Plan Rule change 2020-01 relating to SPR 3-13 with respect to requirements for posting plans that depict natural boundaries.
  • Section 4.1(n) – to make it evident that a plan dedicating road or park in the ALC requires the ALR plan statement and related ALC approval.
  • Section 4.2(h) – where an easement is submitted concurrently with the plan the land surveyor may enter the following text in the Registered Charge Number field on the Survey Plan Certification form: “Easement submitted concurrently with this plan, executed year/month/day.”

A plan that subdivides land within the ALR, as determined by the meaning in section 19 of the Agricultural Land Commission Act, requires ALC approval prior to deposit of the plan in the Land Title Office. For additional clarification:

  • A Reference Plan pursuant to s.107(1)(a) that dedicates road or park is considered a subdivision.
  • A ‘Return to Crown’ of eroded lands is not considered a subdivision.

The updated Electronic Land Title Plan and Plan Application Requirements document can be found on the LTSA website.

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