Submit a Package to the Land Title Office

After you have filled in and saved your land title documents, you can use EFS to submit the documents in a package to the land title office.
After you have completed and electronically signed land title documents, you can use EFS to submit the documents in a package to the land title office.
This is a list of all of the statuses a package or documents in a package to the land title office may receive.
You establish the identity of your package by entering a file reference and description.
There are several ways to select multiple files when adding them to your package.
It is simple to remove unwanted files from your unsubmitted package.
There are a number of ways to change the sequence of added files on the Submit Package to the Land Title Office page.
You can defer the submission of your package to the land title office.
You can delete an unsubmitted package.
Package validation is optional and tells you whether your unsubmitted package meets the basic validation rules detected by EFS.
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.
How to change the status of a submission waiting for processing.
Your browser, size and location of your files can affect how quickly your files load in EFS.

Common Errors Leading to Defects

EFS Submissions - Land Title and Survey Authority