FAQs

What is the address for the land title office?

The LTSA has land title offices in Kamloops, New Westminster and Victoria. For hours and address information, visit...

How do I know which land title district my property is in?

View a map of the Land Title Districts in BC for more information.

One of the registered owners of a land title has died. How can their name be removed from the title?

Transferring title such as after the death of a spouse or owner on title requires the expertise of a legal professional. See...

How can I find the Parcel Identifier (PID) for a property?

You can search for a PID using ParcelMap BC, the LTSA's online map of active...

What should I do to prepare for Web Filing?

Customers can ensure their Juricert Digital Certificate is valid and uploaded to myLTSA. Customers who use conveyancing software packages that...

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Property owners may ask a real estate agent, seller of the condominium, or a professional with a myLTSA Enterprise account to request it on your behalf. See the Strata Property Information page for more information.

A practicing BC land surveyor (BCLS) who is a member of the Association of British Columbia Land Surveyors is the only person qualified to legally determine the location of property boundaries and perform legal surveys of private and Crown lands within BC.

The Surveyor General Services of the LTSA is responsible for the quality of the land survey structure for the Province, and the LTSA is the official repository of survey plan and land title information.

Visit the Survey Plan Datasets page to view the Survey Plan Dataset specification and other resources.

Owners of waterfront properties enjoy certain riparian rights. These rights include access to and from the water, protection of the property from erosion, and ownership of lawful accretion.

Many land surveyors, historical researchers and registry agents have direct access privileges to the LTSA vault. Hire a professional to complete this type of records request on your behalf.

The LTSA provides a service charge discount to myLTSA Enterprise customers for the following reasons:

Changes to the Land Title Act came into force on November 15, 2019.

Waterfront properties have natural boundaries that are subject to the forces of erosion and deposition (accretion). A BC land surveyor is licensed to legally define property boundaries and can provide professional advice regarding your property limits.

Under common law, a waterfront property owner does own land that has legitimately accreted to the upland through gradual and imperceptible natural deposition.