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In This Volume

  • 168.63 (1) The issuance of a certificate by a certification authority constitutes a warranty by the certification authority of the following matters:
  • (a) the information contained in the certificate is, to the knowledge of the certification authority, true;
  • (b) the certificate was issued in accordance with the certification practice statement;
  • (c) the subscriber to whom the certificate was issued has agreed to observe and comply with the requirements of the certification practice statement;
  • (d) the subscriber named or identified in the certificate is eligible to be a subscriber under the requirements established by the director;
  • (e) the certification authority will act promptly to suspend or revoke a certificate in accordance with the requirements of the certification practice statement.
  • (2) Both the registrar and the administrator under the Property Transfer Tax Act are entitled to rely on the warranties referred to in subsection (1).

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

PRACTICE

Directions for Certification Authority

The Director has established directions for a certification authority in E-filing Directions, published at ltsa.ca under “Practice Info”, “E-filing User Guides and Publications” and reproduced in chapter 69 (Director’s Directions) of this Manual.