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  • 168.2 (1) A document may be submitted electronically, in accordance with an applicable e-filing direction, by
  • (a) the applicant,
  • (b) the solicitor or agent of the applicant, or
  • (c) a person authorized by that solicitor or agent to submit the document.
  • (2) If an e-filing direction under section 168.22(1)(b) applies in relation to a document, a person may not submit the document other than electronically unless a registrar decides that it is appropriate in the circumstances to accept the document.
  • (3) The electronic submission of an application constitutes a statement by the person who submits the application of the following:
  • (a) in the case of an application for registration, that the applicant
    • (i) is applying for registration under this Act,
    • (ii) is entitled to be registered, as applicable,
      • (A) as the owner in fee simple of the land described, or
      • (B) as the owner of the charge specified over the land described, and
    • (iii) claims registration accordingly;
  • (b) in the case of an application to cancel the registration of a charge, that the applicant
    • (i) is applying for cancellation under this Act,
    • (ii) is entitled to cancellation of the charge, and
    • (iii) claims cancellation accordingly;
  • (c) in the case of an application to deposit a plan, that the applicant
    • (i) is applying to deposit the plan in the land title office, and
    • (ii) is entitled to submit the plan for deposit.

2018-37-18, effective November 15, 2019 (B.C. Reg. 171/2019).

PRACTICE

Directions for E-filing

The Director has established directions for required electronic filing, published at ltsa.ca under “Practice Info”, “E-filing User Guides and Publications”.

For requirements on the use of electronic land title forms, see

Completion instructions for electronic land title forms are set out in the

the last three of which are published at ltsa.ca under “Practice Info”, “E-filing User Guides and Publications”.