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  • 356 (1) Registration is effected by endorsing on the order in council and on the judgment, if any, the following memorandum signed by the registrar and impressed with the official seal of the land title office, and the memorandum is conclusive evidence of the registration of the instruments and of the time of registration:
  • The within document, together with the plan of the special survey referred to, was registered _________ [month, day, year]. Filed as No. ___________, documents filed, and plan deposited as No. __________, plans deposited.

    _______________________________

  • Registrar

    (2) An endorsement of the registration of the order in council and special survey plan and judgment, if any, must be made against the indefeasible title of every parcel of land affected by the special survey by noting the following information:

    Special Survey Plan No. ______________ and order in council approving same (and judgment) filed as No. _______________, and registered _______________ [month, day, year].

  • (3) The registrar must, when necessary, correct indefeasible titles in accordance with the order in council and special survey plan, and duplicate indefeasible titles must, on request, be delivered to the registrar for similar correction.

1979-219-356; 1982-60-87, proclaimed effective August 1, 1983; 2004-66-127, effective January 20, 2005 (B.C. Reg. 16/2005).

Forms of Endorsement

Endorsement of Old Plans

The registrar endorses old plans with a memorandum such as the following:

LOTS ____ TO _____, BK. _____ AMENDED BY SPECIAL SURVEY PLAN _____ AND ORDER IN COUNCIL APPROVING THE SAME FILED AS NO. _____ AND REGISTERED THIS _____ DAY OF ______, 20 ___. ____________________________ REGISTRAR