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    This Act is current to March 11, 2020
    See the Tables of Legislative Changes for this Act’s legislative history, including any changes not in force.

    Land Title Act

    [RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 250

    Contents
    Part 1 — Definitions, Interpretation and Application
    1Definitions
    2References
    3Application to Strata Property Act
    Part 2 — Land Title Offices and Officers
    4Land title districts
    5Power to constitute and change districts
    6Land title office
    7Continuation of existing offices and records
    8Duty of registrar to provide records affecting land in new district
    9Director of Land Titles
    10Registrar and staff
    11Deputy registrar and assistant deputy registrar
    12Evidence of authority of officials to act in certain cases
    13Qualifications for appointment to office
    14Prohibition of officers and staff acting in conflict with duties
    15Official seal
    16Office hours
    17Repealed
    18Protection of director and registrar from personal liability
    19Exemption of registrar from attendance as witness in court
    Part 3 — Registration and Its Effect
    20Unregistered instrument does not pass estate
    21Unregistered instruments executed and taking effect before July 1, 1905
    22Operation of instrument as from time of registration
    23Effect of indefeasible title
    24Title by prescription abolished
    25Protection of registered owner against actions for recovery of land
    25.1Void instruments — interest acquired or not acquired
    26Registration of a charge
    27Notice given by registration of charge
    28Priority of charges based on priority of registration
    29Effect of notice of unregistered interest
    30Notice of unregistered interest as affecting registered owner of charge
    31Priority of caveat or certificate of pending litigation
    32Validity of registered voluntary conveyance
    33Equitable mortgage or lien not registrable
    34Registration of indefeasible title by court order
    35Admissibility of instruments
    36Completion of registration
    37Registration effective from time of application
    38Registrar to create official record of instruments and documents
    Part 4 — Forms of Instruments
    39Registrable instruments
    40Order in Council transferring government rights in highway
    Part 5 — Attestation and Proof of Execution of Instruments
    41Definitions
    42Witnessing and execution
    43Witnessing — individuals
    44Witnessing — corporations
    45Witnessing — individual power of attorney
    46Witnessing — corporate power of attorney
    47Witnessing — persons not fluent in English
    47.1Repealed
    48Execution under seal
    49If instrument not witnessed
    50Defects
    Part 6 — Powers of Attorney
    51Deposit of power of attorney on registration of instrument
    52Attorney's powers extend to after acquired land
    53Index of powers of attorney
    54Effect of execution of second power of attorney
    55Power of personal representative or trustee
    56Power of attorney valid for 3 years only
    57Revocation of power of attorney
    Part 7 — Descriptions and Plans
    Division 1 — General
    58Description of land
    59Public official plan
    60Description in Crown grant
    61Registration of title to Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company land
    62Subsequent descriptions of land
    63Description by parcels shown on subdivision plan
    64Substitution for metes and bounds or abbreviated description
    65Assignment of distinguishing letter to remainder
    66Assignment of distinguishing letter by registrar
    67Requirements as to subdivision and reference plans
    68Posting plan
    69Block outline survey
    70Explanatory plan of block or lot in Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company grant
    71Composite plans
    72When composite plan not to be deposited
    Division 2 — Subdivision of Land
    73Restrictions on subdivision
    73.1Lease of part of a parcel of land enforceable
    74Method of defining new parcel
    75Requirements for subdivisions
    76Relief from requirements established by section 75
    Division 3 — Appointment, Powers and Duties of Approving Officers
    77Appointment of municipal approving officers
    77.1Appointment of regional district and islands trust approving officers
    77.2Provincial approving officers
    77.21Appointment of treaty first nation approving officers
    77.3Nisga'a approving officer
    78Certain designations prohibited on subdivision plans
    79Repealed
    80Controlled access highways
    81Land in improvement districts
    82Repealed
    Division 4 — Approval of Subdivision Plans
    83Tender of plan for examination and approval
    83.1Referral to designated highways official
    84Plan tendered later than 3 months after survey
    85Time limit for approval and consideration of public interest
    85.1Environmental Management Act requirements must be met
    86Matters to be considered by approving officer on application for approval
    87Local government matters to be considered by approving officer
    88Approval of plan
    89Appeal to Supreme Court
    90Power of Lieutenant Governor in Council to prohibit deposit of plan
    Division 5 — Deposit of Subdivision Plans
    91Approval of subdivision plan required
    92Application for deposit
    93Title to land in plan required to be registered
    94Endorsement of certificate
    95Accreted land within plan
    96Water boundary deemed to be natural boundary
    97Signatures of owners to plan
    98New indefeasible titles for parcels shown on deposited plan
    Division 6 — Other Methods of Defining New Parcels
    99Registrar to determine whether description of land acceptable
    100Re-establishment of boundaries
    101Principles guiding approving officer
    102Dedication by reference or explanatory plan
    103Execution of plan by owner
    104Serial deposit number
    Division 7 — Conflicting Measurements
    105Power of registrar if measurements on plans conflict
    106Power of registrar to correct errors, defects or omissions
    Division 8 — Vesting of Title by Deposit of Plan
    107Dedication and vesting
    108If designation on plan "Returned to Crown in right of the Province"
    109Extinguishment of highway not shown on plan
    Division 9
    110Repealed
    Division 10 — Penalties If Plan Not Deposited
    111Rights of purchaser when plan not deposited
    112Penalty for failure to deposit plan of subdivision
    Division 11 — Statutory Right of Way Plans
    113Deposit
    114Statutory right of way plan may be used in application to register fee simple
    115Deposit of statutory right of way plan
    116Requirements of statutory right of way plans
    117Widening of statutory right of way
    118When water boundary deemed natural boundary
    119Alteration in deposited statutory right of way plan
    Division 12 — Plans and Descriptions to Accompany Bylaws
    120Municipal bylaw cancelling highway or public square dedication
    Part 8 — Cancellation of Plans
    121Definitions and interpretation
    122Cancellation of plans by application to the registrar
    123Petition to cancel plan
    124Report of approving officer and district highways manager
    125Service of petition and other documents
    126Publication and posting
    127Notice of intention to appear
    128Place of hearing
    129Powers of registrar in relation to the hearing
    130Duties of registrar on hearing the petition
    131Powers of the registrar to cancel or alter a plan
    132Opposition by local authority
    133Opposition by minister
    134Preparation and registration of order
    135Registrar may vest an estate in fee simple
    136Cancellation by minister of plan comprising Crown land
    137Cancellation of interior lines
    Part 9 — Air Space Titles
    138Definitions
    139Air space is land
    140Covenant to grant easements or to convey restrictive covenants not implied
    141Subdivision of land into air space parcels
    142Air space parcels in respect of highways
    143Air space plan
    144Air space plan
    145Taxation
    146Application
    Part 10 — Applications for Registration and Evidence in Support
    147Application required
    148Form and manner of applying
    149Address of applicant
    150Particulars as to witness and parties to instrument
    151Repealed
    152Description of foreign government
    153Time of application
    154Application for registration of fee simple
    155Application for registration of charge
    156Application must be for all lands or charges comprised in instrument
    157Forms
    158Restrictions as to scope of application
    159Registrar may require deposit of instruments
    160Summons to produce instruments
    161Application to court to compel production or deposit of instruments
    162Powers of court on hearing
    163Notice of intention to register
    164Registration after notice
    165Corporate powers assumed
    166Disposal of instruments deposited
    167Withdrawal of application
    168Summary rejection of defective application
    Part 10.1Electronic Filing
    Division 1Definitions and Application
    168.1Definitions
    168.11Application of other provisions of Act
    Division 1.1
    168.111Repealed
    Division 2Electronic Filing
    168.12Repealed
    168.2Electronic filing
    168.21Effect of electronic filing
    168.22Directions on electronic filing
    Division 2.1
    168.712-168.77Repealed
    Division 3Special Rules for Certain Documents
    168.3Plans — preparation by land surveyor
    168.31Plans — signature of other persons
    168.32Charges — cancellation by corporate registered owner
    168.33Supporting documents
    168.71Repealed
    168.78Not enacted
    168.79-168.82Repealed
    Division 4Certification by Designate
    168.4Designates
    168.41Documents executed or witnessed
    168.42Plans
    168.43Supporting documents
    168.9Repealed
    168.91Repealed
    Division 5General
    168.5Original document
    168.51Copies of electronic documents
    168.52Admissibility of execution copies
    168.53Delivery in registrable form
    168.54Deeds
    168.55Corrective declarations
    168.56Amendments to electronic plans
    168.57Production of evidence
    168.58Disposal of electronic documents
    Division 6Certification of Subscribers
    168.6Definitions
    168.61Certification authority
    168.62Certification practice statement
    168.63Warranties of certification authorities
    168.64Immunity
    Division 7Offences
    168.7Offences
    Part 11 — Registration of Title in Fee Simple
    Division 1 — First Registration
    169Registration of title
    170Requirements as to production of title deeds
    171Adverse possession
    172First estate of inheritance necessary to registration of fee simple
    173Several persons interested in registration
    174Application to convert absolute fee into indefeasible title
    Division 2 — The Register and Duplicate Indefeasible Titles
    175Register and records
    176Duplicate indefeasible title
    177Registration of joint tenants
    Division 3 — General
    178Limitation on number of parcels
    179Rights of owner of surface
    180Recognition of trust estates
    181Interest or right reserved to transferor
    182Registration of restrictive covenants and easements
    183Entries carried forward from original entry
    184Registration of grantor a condition precedent
    Part 12 — Transfers
    185Form of transfer
    186Implied covenants
    187Registration of transferee
    188Registration by amendment to register
    189Dealings with duplicate indefeasible title on transfer
    190Destruction of duplicate indefeasible title
    Part 13 — Dealings With Indefeasible Title Other Than by Registration
    191Registration of new indefeasible title and change of name
    192Registration of several indefeasible titles instead of original
    193Lost indefeasible certificate of title
    194Effect given to new or provisional indefeasible title
    195Surrender of duplicate indefeasible title on registration of charge
    196Provisional title may issue to minerals
    Part 14 — Registration of Title to Charges
    Division 1 — General
    197Registration of charges
    198Registration of person creating charge
    199Registration of subcharges
    200No subright to purchase registrable
    201Registration of assignment of charge
    202Repealed
    203Floating charges on land
    204Registration of debt to the government as a charge
    205Writ of affecting land
    206Registration of transfer, extension or modification of charges
    207Form of postponement
    208Certificates of charge
    209Transfer of mortgage
    Division 2 — Judgments
    210Registration of judgments in same manner as charge
    211Registration of assignment of judgment and form of assignment
    212Notice to judgment creditor of intention to register
    213Costs on failure to establish priority
    214Form of release
    Division 3 — Certificate of Pending Litigation
    215Registration of certificate of pending litigation in same manner as charge
    216Effect of registered certificate of pending litigation
    217Effect of certificate of pending litigation if prior application is pending
    Division 4 — Statutory Rights of Way, Miscellaneous Covenants and Easements
    218Statutory right of way
    219Registration of covenant as to use and alienation
    220Statutory building scheme and letting scheme
    221Requirements of registrable restrictive covenant
    222Discriminating covenants are void
    223Subdivision of dominant tenement
    Division 4.1 — Party Wall Agreements
    223.1Definitions
    223.2Binding effect
    Division 5 — Mortgages
    224Definition
    225Form of mortgage
    226Modification of standard terms
    227Prescribed standard mortgage terms
    228Filed standard mortgage terms
    229Receipt of standard mortgage terms by mortgagor
    230Registrar may require filing
    231Effect of a mortgage
    Division 6 — General Instruments
    232Definitions and application
    233Form of general instrument
    234Modification of standard terms of general instrument
    235Filed standard general instrument terms
    236Effect of a general instrument
    237Release of registered charge
    Part 15 — Instruments
    238Registration of instruments
    239Floating charges on land
    240Suspension and alteration
    Part 16 — Cancellation of Charges
    241Cancellation of registration of charge
    242Application to cancel mortgage created by vendor
    243Redemption of mortgage if mortgagee absent
    244Mortgagee's refusal or neglect to give discharge
    245Vesting order in favour of purchaser
    246Cancellation if charge determined by effluxion of time
    247Cancellation of lease on breach of covenant
    248Effect of cancellation
    249Power of court to order cancellation of charge
    250Cancellation of charge on payment into court
    251Application to court
    252Cancellation of certificate of pending litigation
    253Cancellation of certificate of pending litigation if action discontinued
    254Cancellation of certificate of pending litigation if action dismissed
    255If action neither dismissed nor discontinued
    256Cancellation of certificate of pending litigation on other grounds
    257Power of court to order cancellation
    258Cancellation of registration
    259Discharge of mortgage
    Part 17 — Transmission of Fee Simple and Charge
    Division 1 — General
    260Registration of transmission before subsequent dealing
    261Conveyance under Court Order Enforcement Act or Builders Lien Act
    262Registration of land vested in Crown by statute
    Division 2 — On Death of Will-Maker or Intestate
    263Definitions
    264Power and title of personal representative on registration
    265Death before April 1, 1947
    266Death after March 31, 1947
    267Discharge of mortgage
    268When resealing may be dispensed with
    Division 3 — On Death of Joint Tenant
    269Transmission re joint tenancies
    270Discharge of mortgage by surviving joint tenant
    Division 4 — On Foreclosure
    271Presumption as to regularity of foreclosure and cancellation proceedings
    Division 5 — Tax Sales
    272Notice of tax sale as to each parcel sold
    273Notice of redemption of tax sale land
    274Application to other Acts
    275Registration of tax sale purchaser under Taxation (Rural Area) Act
    276Effect of registration of title derived from tax sale
    277Provincial tax sale purchaser under repealed Acts
    278Land forfeited to or vested in Crown
    279Tax sales held under Taxation (Rural Area) Act
    280Application to the government
    Part 18 — Notice of Certain Conditions and Obligations
    281Forest Act
    Part 19 — Caveats
    282Lodging caveat
    283Right of registered owner to lodge caveat
    284Power of court to issue injunction
    285Power of registrar to lodge caveat
    286Form of caveat
    287Duty of registrar on receipt of caveat
    288Effect of caveat
    289Proceedings for discharge of caveat
    290Withdrawal of caveat
    291Further caveat lodged after caveat has lapsed, been withdrawn or discharged
    292Registration of withdrawal, lapse or discharge of caveat
    293Lapse of caveat
    294Compensation if caveat lodged wrongfully
    Part 19.1 — Land Title and Survey Authority Assurance Fund
    294.1Definition
    294.11Establishment and maintenance of assurance fund
    294.12Application of this Part
    294.2Remedies of person deprived of land
    294.21Protection of purchaser in good faith and for value
    294.22Fault of registrar
    294.3Notice of actions against Land Title and Survey Authority
    294.4Liability of plaintiff for costs
    294.5Judgment against person liable
    294.6Limitation of liability of fund
    294.61Recovery limited to value of land
    294.7Payment from fund without action
    294.8Payment by Land Title and Survey Authority
    294.9Withholding of payment until proceedings concluded
    Part 20 — Government Assurance Fund
    294.91Definition
    295Maintenance of assurance fund
    295.1Application of this Part
    296Remedies of person deprived of land
    297Protection of purchaser in good faith and for value
    298Fault of registrar
    299Notice of actions against minister
    300Liability of plaintiff for costs
    301Actions against minister
    302Judgment against person liable
    303Limitation of liability of assurance fund
    304Recovery limited to value of land
    305Payment from assurance fund without action
    306Payment from consolidated revenue fund
    307Withholding of payment until proceedings concluded
    Part 21 — Appeals
    308Duty of registrar to notify applicant of refusal of registration
    309Appeal to court
    310Preservation of applications
    311Appeals from decision of registrar
    312Registrar to act on order of court
    313Registrations made under order of court
    314Power of registrar to state case
    Part 22 — Notices
    315Powers of registrar regarding preparation and service of notice
    316Personal service
    317Service by mail
    317.1Service by electronic means
    318Substituted service
    319Service if person is dead
    320Effect of service
    321Rights of purchaser for value protected
    Part 23 — Special Surveys
    322Definitions
    323Minister may order special survey
    324Apportionment of costs if land within municipality
    325Apportionment of costs if land is in a rural area
    326Power to amend order if land subsequently becomes included within municipality
    327Advancement of costs by municipality or owners
    328Transmittal of copy of order to proper officer and registrar
    329Notice of special survey
    330Surveyor to act under minister
    331Preliminary procedure
    332Supplemental order or direction of minister
    333Procedure for fixing boundary of survey area
    334Transmittal of copy of supplemental order to proper officer and registrar
    335Guiding principles for surveyor
    336Nature of survey
    337Plans
    338Appointment of substituted surveyor
    339Report of surveyor
    340Notice to registrar
    341Notice to corporate officer
    342Notice of completion of survey
    343Notice of hearing
    344Statement of complaint or claim
    345Hearing by minister or other person appointed by him
    346Subpoena
    347Method of conducting hearing
    348Power of minister to decide complaints and claims and make order
    349Principles for determining compensation
    350Approval of survey and plan by Lieutenant Governor in Council
    351Power to vest land
    352Notice of order in council approving of survey
    353Appeal
    354Entry of appeal
    355Registration
    356Method of registration
    357Effect of registration
    358Notice of registration
    359Assessment within municipalities
    360Assessment in rural area
    361Duty of surveyor to destroy conflicting monuments
    362Recovery of compensation and costs
    363Removal of special survey monuments
    364Power of Lieutenant Governor in Council to correct errors
    365Offence and penalty
    Part 24 — Registration of Title to Indian Lands
    366Definitions and interpretation
    367Filing of patent
    368Application for registration of Indian land — general
    369Where application affects unregistered Indian land
    370If application affects registered Indian land
    371Other laws not to affect Torrens system
    372Execution of instruments
    373Liability limited
    373.1Not in force. Repealed.
    Part 24.01 — Treaty Lands
    373.11Application of Act to treaty lands
    Part 24.1 — Nisga'a Lands and Categories A and B Lands
    Division 1 — Treatment of Nisga'a Lands and Institutions
    373.2Effect of indefeasible title to Nisga'a Lands
    373.21Assignment of distinguishing letter by registrar
    373.22Requirements as to subdivision in respect of Nisga'a Lands
    373.23Controlled access highways
    373.3Tender of plan for examination and approval
    373.31Matters to be considered by approving officer on application for approval
    373.32Matters to be considered in respect of land within Nisga'a Lands
    373.33Acceptable descriptions of land
    373.4Dedication by reference or explanatory plan
    373.41Dedication and vesting
    373.42Designation of plans in respect of submerged lands
    373.43Repealed
    373.44Deposit of statutory right of way plan
    373.5Nisga'a law to be filed if closing road or public square
    373.51Definitions for applying Part 8
    373.52Cancellation of plans
    373.53Air space
    373.6Rights of owner of surface
    373.61Registration of debt owing to Nisga'a Nation or Nisga'a Village
    373.62Statutory right of way
    373.63Registration of covenant as to use and alienation
    373.64Registration of land vested under Nisga'a law
    373.7Notice of tax sale or redemption of tax sale land
    373.71Effect of registration of title derived from tax sale
    373.72Power of registrar to lodge caveat
    Division 2 — First Registration of Title to Nisga'a Lands
    373.73Plan required with application for first registration
    373.8Conclusive evidence of good safe holding and marketable title
    373.81Additions to Nisga'a Lands
    373.82Execution of instruments in respect of Nisga'a Lands
    Division 3 — Registration of Categories A and B Lands
    373.9Requirements for first registration of Categories A & B Lands
    373.91Effect of indefeasible title to Categories A & B Lands
    Part 24.2 — Cancelling Registration of Reserve Lands Registered to Canada
    373.92Cancelling registration of reserve lands registered to Canada
    Part 25 — Miscellaneous
    374Record of names
    375Record of registered land
    376Pending applications
    377Searching of records
    378Registrar to provide certificates
    379Certificate as evidence
    380Lost or destroyed instruments
    381Rights of officers of taxing authorities
    382Powers and duties of registrar
    383Registrar to cancel or correct instruments, etc.
    383.1Public Agency Accommodation Act amendments
    383.2Homeowner Protection Act amendments
    384Preservation of registry records and plans
    384.1Records of Land Title and Survey Authority
    385Power to make regulations
    386Fees
    386.1Fees specified in Schedule 2
    386.2Fees payable despite other enactments
    387Offence of fraud
    388Offence of false representation
    389Application of Offence Act
    390Penalties
    391Conviction not to affect liability
    392Contaminated land
    393Transitional
    394Transitional — removal of notations made under the Forest Land Reserve Act
    Schedule 1
    Schedule 2
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