Surveyor General Forms
Note: Land surveyors must use Web Filing to fill out the majority of forms submitted to the Surveyor General (exceptions are noted below). Web Filing forms can be accessed through the Web Filing menu option in myLTSA.
The following list identifies all applications and associated plans that are submitted through Web Filing.
|Natural Boundary Adjustment Application||Section 108 Land Title Act Application||Accretion Final Plan|
|SRW Plan Accretion Application||Section 58 Land Act Application||LTA SRW OGC Plan|
|SRW Plan Natural Boundary Adjustment Application||E&N Land Title Act Section 70 Application||LTA SRW Plan|
|Natural Boundary Adjustment Final Plan||Section 108 Land Title Act Final Plan||MLPH Section 9(1) Highway or Forest Rd Plan|
|SRW Plan Accretion Final Plan||Section 58 Land Act Final Plan||Block Outline Plan|
|SRW Plan Natural Boundary Adjustment Final Plan||Block Outline Posting Plan||Section 80 Land Act Plan|
|LTA Plan||E&N Land Title Act Section 70 Plan||Covenant Designation Application|
|SRW Designation Application||Parcel Designation / Survey Instructions||Renewal of Survey Monument|
|Accretion Application||Block Outline Plan Application|
Exception: At this time any plan that is being submitted to the Crown Land Registry will continue to use the traditional PDF Form. This means any plan that has traditionally been submitted using the “Survey Plan Submission to Surveyor General” (CLRS) Form will continue to use this PDF form and submit it via EFS after filling out the CLRS Form with Adobe Acrobat.
Enhancements to Web Filing are anticipated in the future to incorporate CLRS Form submission. The Dataset Exemption Request Form is also not currently available through Web Filing.
|SURVEY PLAN (CROWN LAND REGISTRY)||19||November 15, 2019|
|DATASET EXEMPTION REQUEST FORM||2||October 18, 2016|
The above PDF forms are designed to be filled out using Adobe Acrobat (Standard or Professional edition) in a version listed in the myLTSA System Requirements.
The forms cannot be completed with the free Adobe Reader software. Applications to the Surveyor General may be submitted electronically using these forms.
For forms submitted to the land title office, go to Land Title Forms.