EFS Package Management
Learn how to use EFS to submit applications in a package to the land title office and surveyor general.
After you have filled in and saved your land title documents or statutory applications to the Surveyor General, you can use EFS to submit the documents in a package to the land title office or Surv
The Survey Plan Certification, with the image of the plan attached, is created by a BC land surveyor and sent by email to the lawyer or notary responsible for submitting the plan to the land title
To pay Property Transfer Tax, you must complete and file a Property Transfer Tax form in EFS.
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
You can submit a request for a partial or complete withdrawal of an application to the land title office.
An Electronic Meet is a package to which multiple parties can contribute documents.
Your package and associated notifications are retained in myLTSA for 90 days after registration.
Notifications are sent to your myLTSA Inbox and email if forwarding options are set. They are stored with the package and on the View Notifications page.
Caveats, Certificates of Pending Litigation, Injunctions, Security Act applications and Expropriation Act (Provincial) transactions, plan cancellations and any accompanying plans, undergo preliminary inspection by land title office staff prior to the application receiving an immediate application number, date and time.
This is a list of all of the statuses a package or documents in a package to the land title office may receive.
This is a list of all of the statuses a package to the Surveyor General may receive.
A list of notification types and the event that triggers it.
Your browser, size and location of your files can affect how quickly your files load in EFS.