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The Ministry of Finance announced today that a new Property Transfer Tax (PTT) Return Version 30 is in effect February 21, 2018. It is now available for download from the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) websiteOn February 21, 2018, you can also download this new form through the myLTSA portal.

IMPORTANT: ONLY PDF iconVERSION 30 OF THE PROPERTY TRANSFER TAX FORM WILL BE ACCEPTED EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21, 2018.

If the transferee has already executed a Version 29 PTT return, you may use it as the true copy to meet filing requirements. However, a fully completed Version 30 PTT return must be electronically submitted for all taxable transactions on or after February 21, 2018, even if the transferee has not signed it. You must make sure you obtain all the necessary information to complete the Version 30 PTT return.

Property Transfer Tax Changes

Find out what's changed at Property Transfer Tax website

For specific information about what you need to collect to complete Version 30 of the PTT return and how to complete the return see:

If you have any questions about the Property Transfer Tax, please contact the Ministry of Finance by email to pttenq@gov.bc.ca or call 1-888-355-2700 (toll free within Canada).