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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Historic Records at LTSA

Land records of various types dating from the earliest days of BC’s settlement to the present are in LTSA’s care, and provide a unique perspective on BC’s history. Join Calvin Woelke, LTSA’s self-proclaimed protector of LTSA’s historical records, as he goes though some of our oldest records dating back to the 1800s

We recognize the value of historic records and are committed to their preservation while ensuring wider access. Since 2005, we have invested over $17M in the various technology, equipment and personnel required to ensure these records are available for the benefit of all British Columbians for generations to come.

Did You Know?

LTSA’s oldest record is a land survey from 1860. Tune in below to find out what they surveyed and why.

In 2019, to further support our focus on the preservation of historic records, we established the Historic Records Advisory Committee to provide advice to LTSA as it relates to the preservation, digitization, and accessibility of historical records with a focus on those of interest to Indigenous peoples.

In this video, you’ll learn more about how we preserve and protect these records while telling the stories behind them. This video includes information about the oldest records held by the LTSA, including hand-drawn maps and notes of the Cariboo Wagon Road route, as well as the earliest surveyed map of Victoria BC, both from the mid-1800s.

Did You Know?

LTSA’s earliest map is of Victoria. Learn more about who created the map and why by watching the video.

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