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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 Change of Mailing Address on Title application, you will be asked for the following information:
|Parcel Identifier (PID). You can find the PID by searching the property's address on BC Assessment. It is also shown in the "Property Location & Description” section of your Property Assessment Notice.
|Names of all Owners Requesting the Mailing Address Change Exactly as Listed on Title. If the owner names on the application do not match what is on title, it can delay the processing of your application. You will also have the option to change the occupation listed on title for any of the owners requesting an address change.
|New Mailing Address to be Listed on Title. Have the complete mailing address including postal code. This does not need to be the address of the property. It should be where you wish to receive mail about the property.
|Permission of the Owner if Filing on Behalf of Someone. If you are applying on behalf of a family member, spouse or other owner on title, you are acting as an agent and must have the permission of that person. As a safeguard, owners may be notified by LTSA of applications made on their behalf by an agent.
|BC Services Card app for online submission. The BC Services Card app is used to verify the identity of the applicant and to sign the online application. The applicant may be the person requesting the mailing address change or someone acting on their behalf. Learn how to log in with the BC Services Card app. If you don't have the BC Services Card app on your mobile device, you need to set it up first.
If there is more than one owner on title wishing to make the same mailing address change, file one application for all owners. When preparing the application, select ‘add another owner' on the Property and Ownership page to list all owners. The owner filing the application acts as an agent on behalf of the other owners. Once registered, LTSA will update the mailing address for all owners listed in the application.
|You can submit the application online, by mail or in person.
|Submitting online often results in faster registration, and the application may be registered in two business days.
Submitting by mail and in person may take 10 to 15 business days to process and register.
|If you choose to submit the form online, 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.
|If you choose to submit the application by mail or in person, you must fill out the application online and then download, print and sign it with a pen and deliver by mail or by appointment to a land title office in New Westminster, Victoria or Kamloops.
Enter the name and mailing address of the applicant. The applicant is the person who is submitting the change of mailing address application.
For online applications, the name, mailing address and email address (if known) from the BC Services Card is prefilled in the applicant information. The name cannot be changed, but the other information can be updated if needed.
|Complete the email address (if not prefilled by the BC Services Card) and phone number of the applicant. If there is an issue with the application, the LTSA may contact the applicant by email or phone number.
|If the applicant submits the application online using their BC Services card, all communication related to the Land Title Office processing of the application (e.g. tracking numbers, pending application numbers) is sent to the email address listed in the contact information.
For privacy reasons, the contact information is not listed in the applicant section of the completed application. The contact information is only used to administer the application and is not disclosed in the land title register.
If submitting by mail or in person, the contact information will be listed on a separate page to the application download. Include this separate page with the application when you submit to the land title office.
Enter one or more nine-digit parcel identifiers (PID) to identify the properties associated with the change of mailing address application. When you click "Add to List”, the system will find and enter the legal description of the property.
If you don't know the PID, you can find a property's PID by searching the address or plan number on the BC Assessment website. You can find the PID to the right of the Property information.
Select the owner type and enter the full name of the owner(s) requesting the change to their mailing address. This application can be used for owner(s) who are individuals and/or corporations.
|In cases where multiple owners are changing their mailing address, select the Add another owner button and enter the names as they appear on the title.
|The full name(s) listed on the form must be an exact match with the name(s) in the land title register. If you are unsure if the names are an exact match, please do a title search to check the names.
|If you wish to change an owner name on title, you must complete a Change of Name application and file it separately.
Optionally, you can update the occupation on title.
Enter the new mailing address.
|The address must contain a street or route number, post office box number, or general delivery designation as required by Canada Post. In all cases, the postal address must include a postal code.
If you would like proof of registration, you can order a State of Title Certificate, which will be mailed to you after the Change of Mailing Address application is registered. The certificate will show the new mailing address on title.
After completing the data entry fields, you can review and edit the information about the change of mailing address. If you need to make a change, click the Edit button to access the information you wish to change.
The applicant must confirm their understanding of the document and certify their capacity before submitting the application.
If you are submitting the application online, enter the payment method and billing information.
If you submit the application by mail or in person, review the order summary for the application before submitting.
|If you choose to submit online, the application will be sent electronically to the land title office. Your tracking number, a copy of the application and, once assigned for review, a pending application number will be sent to the email address entered in the form.
|If you choose to submit the application by mail or in person, you must download the completed application and sign and date it with a pen in black or blue ink. You can then mail it to the New Westminster Land Title Office or contact the LTSA Customer Service Centre to make an appointment to deliver it in person to a land title office in New Westminster, Victoria or Kamloops.
|Include a stamped self-addressed envelope with your mailed application to receive a copy of the application with the pending application number.
To avoid having your application returned to you:
|After the application is submitted to the land title office, the LTSA will review it to determine if it meets legal requirements. If the application doesn't meet legal requirements, you will be contacted with an explanation of the problem via Canada Post mail or, if the application was submitted online, via email.