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It is recommended that you have a copy of the current title to ensure you know the information it contains. Order a copy of the title for a fee before starting the application.
To file a corrective declaration, you will need the following information:
|The downloaded copy of the original application. You may need to review the previously submitted application to understand where the problem is on the form and what needs to be corrected.
|The "Action Required" email that includes a link to access and correct the previously submitted application. The LTSA will send you an email describing the problem and how to fix it. The email includes a date to complete the correction and a link to withdraw the application if you choose not to correct it.
|BC Services Card app. You must login with the same BC Services Card app that was used to submit the application being corrected. The BC Services Card app is used to verify the identity of the applicant and to sign the online corrective declaration.
The LTSA will send an "Action Required" email in cases where the application doesn’t meet legal requirements and cannot be registered until it is corrected.
The email includes a section called "Reason", "Requirement" and "Reference". Read this section carefully before correcting the application
You must complete the correction by a given date which is 30 days after you receive the 'Action Required" email. If you do not file within 30 days, you risk your application being cancelled.
If you choose not to correct the application, you can withdraw it by using the link in the email. Once an application is withdrawn, it cannot be reinstated and you will need to start a new application if required
When you are ready to correct the application, click on the Start a Corrective Declaration link within the "Action Required" email. You will be taken to the corrective declaration service where you will login with your BC Services Card to correct the application
You must use your BC Services Card app to login and access the application. The LTSA uses the BC Services Card to verify the identity of the applicant.
|On the Revise Application page, you can download a copy of the application, find details about the problem and how to fix it, and access the application to be corrected.
Before you revise the application, review the reason why the application could not be registered and the requirement to fix it. For more help on correcting the problem, click on the link to the Public Filing Form Practice Guide which includes detailed instruction on how to complete forms.
When you are ready to correct the application, click on the applicable text entry box. You will be taken to the text entry section of the original application where you can edit the information.
|You cannot edit the description of land. If there is an issue with the parcel identifier number in the application, you will need to create a new application.
Review the corrections made to the application and if there is an error or omission, return to the Revise Application page to make the change.
Before the correction can be submitted, you must acknowledge the error, omission or misdescription and certify based on personal knowledge or reasonable belief that the revisions set out in the declaration are accurate.
When you click Submit, the corrected application and the corrective declaration will be sent electronically to the land title office for review. An email containing the tracking number and a copy of the corrective declaration will be emailed to you