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  • 143 (1) An air space plan must not be accepted for deposit by the registrar unless
  • (a) the title to the land of which the air space parcels are part is registered in the register of indefeasible fees, and
  • (b) the land of which the air space parcels are part is shown as a single parcel on a subdivision plan or a reference plan deposited under this Act.
  • (2) The registrar must examine the application and the air space plan produced in support of it and, if satisfied that they are in order and in compliance with this Act, must assign to the plan a serial deposit number and register new indefeasible titles to the air space parcels.

1979-219-140; 1982-60-35, proclaimed effective August 1, 1983.

FORMS

Application for Deposit of Air Space Plan

Electronic Plans

For electronic plans, the director has approved the electronic Application to Deposit Plan at Land Title Office. This form is available at ltsa.ca.

Fees

Land Title Act fees are set out at chapter 31 (Land Title Act—Fees) of this Manual.

PRACTICE

Subdivision or Reference Plan Must Be on Deposit

Before the tendering of the air space plan, a subdivision or reference plan must be on deposit which defines, at the minimum, the boundaries of the land designated in the application.

Legal Descriptions

A typical air space parcel legal description is:

AIR SPACE Parcel 1, DISTRICT LOT 1, GROUP 1, N.W.D., AIR SPACE PLAN 1

CROSS REFERENCES AND OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION

See the commentary under s. 141 of the Act in this Manual for practice guidance related to subdividing a remainder parcel following the registration of an air space plan.