LTSA’s Web Filing forms streamline land title submissions, increase efficiency and accuracy, and maintain a secure and reliable electronic filing system. LTSA continues to work with major conveyancing software vendors to integrate electronic filing capabilities into their software packages. Web Filing forms are accessed through the Web Filing menu option in myLTSA Enterprise.
Web Filing forms uphold the highest regulatory standards while providing an opportunity for continuous enhancements based on customer feedback and user testing.
A number of helpful videos and practice guides are available to assist with your Web Filing submissions at help.ltsa.ca
Authorized Use of a Juricert Digital Certificate
Under the Land Title Act, only an individual who is issued a certificate by Juricert is authorized to use it to electronically sign land title documents. It is an offence to incorporate the signature of another person into a document, as outlined in section 168.7 of the Land Title Act.
Safeguarding the authorized use of electronic signatures is crucial to the integrity of the land title system. Please review Division 4, Part 10.1 of the Land Title Act for certification requirements, and E-filing Directions from the Director of Land Titles for conditions where a certificate may be revoked.
Web Filing has been designed with ongoing customer input and testing. Customer feedback is an essential component for the design of LTSA products and services in order enhance customer experience.
If you have feedback about your experience with Web Filing, please let us know by completing this form.