FAQs

Most documents and plans must be filed electronically, with a very small number eligible to be filed manually in hardcopy form. Please consult the...

For land title forms Form A, Form B, Form C - Charge and Form C - Release, a subscriber may be either a BC lawyer, notary public or member of the...

The electronic form electronically signed by the subscriber and received by the Registrar under the Land Title Act is for all purposes...

The true copy is the printed copy of the electronic form with original signatures.

The Director of Land Titles, together with the Registrars of Land Titles, are responsible for maintaining the integrity, reliability, and security of BC's land title register as the official legal record of private property ownership in the province.

The land title division's key services are to examine applications under the Land Title Act, to register various land title transactions and provide copies of land title records, such as title information and registered land title documents and survey plans.

This section provides links to Director of Land Titles requirements, practice bulletins and practice notes issued by the Director of Land Titles and LTSA Board of Directors' Regulations.

The LTSA's land title services are governed by numerous provincial statutes and regulations. For a complete list, see the Governance page.

The LTSA recommends that all professionals and government entities consult the detailed practice information in the Land Title Practice Manual and obtain guidance on using land title forms from the Land Title Electronic Forms Guidebook (aka "Green Book"). Both are available for purchase from the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC.

Certain survey processes require an application to be made to the Office of the Surveyor General. See Applications to Surveyor General.