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The Director of Land Titles (Director) has published new versions of three land title forms, in effect November 20, 2017. These forms are available through a myLTSA Enterprise account or from the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) website:

FORMVERSION
PDF iconFORM C - GENERAL INSTRUMENT - CHARGE24
PDF iconLTO APPLICATION TO DEPOSIT PLAN16
PDF iconLOCAL GOVERNMENT FILING FORM7

These forms have been updated in support of changes with various Acts and a Land Title Office practice change. View details.

Please note that Version 23 of Form C - General Instrument - Charge, along with Version 15 of the LTO Application to Deposit Plan form, have been retired effective November 20, 2017 due to technical issues. Older versions of the following forms are scheduled to be retired on May 7, 2018:

FORMVERSION
FORM C - GENERAL INSTRUMENT - CHARGE22
FORM C - GENERAL INSTRUMENT - RELEASE22
FORM 17 - CHARGE, NOTATION OR FILING13
FORM 17 - CANCELLATION OF CHARGE, NOTATION OR FILING14
LOCAL GOVERNMENT FILING FORM6

Effective November 20, 2017, the Director has also updated section 5.2.4 in the PDF iconDirector's Requirements for Electronic Land Title Forms and Supporting Documents (DR 03-11) and the Land Title Electronic Forms Guidebook (the "Green Book"). This update reflects a practice change whereby a Form F may no longer be appended to the electronic declaration form.

Where a Form F under the Strata Property Act is required to accompany an application, the yellow box "Form F Statement" must be selected on the electronic declaration. When this yellow box is selected, the electronic declaration is populated with a statement that confirms the subscriber has the Form F in their possession, together with the prescribed Form F wording. Consequently, the Form F is not required and must not be attached.

Customers are welcome to contact the myLTSA Customer Service team with any questions at customerservice@ltsa.ca or by phone at 604-630-9630 or 1-877-577-LTSA (5872).