Professional, business and government customers are authorized with the required certification to electronically file applications to the LTSA.

Statutory officers or BC commissioners may electronically submit land title documents by becoming a member of the LTSA’s Authorized Subscriber Register.

After initial set-up has been completed, e-filing is a three-step process:

  1. Complete an electronic land title, Surveyor General, or Property Transfer Tax form using Adobe Acrobat Standard and Professional
  2. Sign the electronic form(s) using your Juricert electronic signature
  3. Submit the electronic form(s) via myLTSA Enterprise

Consult Practice and Help Information

Before you start e-filing to the land title office, consult these guides:

Consult the Applications to Surveyor General section for more information about applications to the Surveyor General Services.

Technical and Other Requirements to E-file

  1. myLTSA Enterprise account that has been funded and activated. See Account Set Up
  2. A web browser that meets the myLTSA System Requirements
  3. Adobe Acrobat (Professional or Standard edition) in a version listed in the myLTSA System Requirements
  4. Scanner that meets the scanning requirements
  5. Copies of the electronic form templates
  6. A digital certificate for a lawyer, notary, land surveyor, financial officer or Authorized Subscriber issued by Juricert registered with the Law Society of BC (Juricert). See Electronic Signature Set Up
  7. Pre-assigned plan numbers (land surveyors only). See Pre-Assigned Plan Numbers
  8. Electronic funds transfer authorized for Property Transfer Tax payments