Corrective Declarations and Plan Alterations
A corrective declaration or plan alteration is is submitted to correct or update information provided in an earlier submission to the land title office, alter a plan in response to a Defect Notice or if the Surveyor General's office determined that a plan requires alteration.
A corrective declaration is a Declaration form that is submitted to correct or update information provided in an earlier submission to the land title office.
Generally an alteration is submitted in response to a Defect Notice from an examiner at the land title office.
In the review process of a plan by Surveyor General staff, it may be determined that alternations are required to be made to the plan before it can be filed in the Crown land registry.
Packages that are part of a Meet can have any document corrected by the Meet Originator. A Meet Contributor can correct only those documents they submitted.