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COVID-19 Notice: LTSA Front Counters Open By Appointment Only

Please be aware that LTSA’s Land Title Office front counters are open by appointment only. A new booking and visiting procedure is in place to protect the safety of our customers and staff. Customers can contact the Customer Service Centre to book an in-person visit. Please visit ltsa.ca or follow us on Twitter for more information.

  • Registration Process

    The LTSA updates the land title register each time a change is made to the registered title. Changes are made to title when a property is bought or sold, a mortgage is paid off, or a registrable interest, such as a mortgage, is created or modified. Changes may also occur following the death of a spouse, divorce or marriage.
  • Changes to Ownership

    Transferring title, such as after the purchase of a new home or death of a spouse, often requires the expertise of a legal professional. A legal professional becomes your representative in these matters and acts on your behalf. They can advise you on appropriately recording your title ownership and answer property tax questions.
  • Change Mailing Address

    Learn how to change your address on title, or engage a professional to assist you.
  • Change Name

    Learn how to change your name on title, or engage a professional to assist you.
  • Change Company Name

    Learn how to change your company name on title, or engage a professional to assist you.
  • File Claim of Builders Lien

    Learn how to file a claim of builders lien, or engage a professional to assist you.
  • Remove Paid-off Mortgage

    As at March 1, 2017, legal professionals and financial institutions are required to electronically submit mortgage releases to the Land Title and Survey Authority of BC.

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