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  • 72 (1) A composite plan must not be deposited under section 71 if the deposited plans and other records from which the composite plan is compiled reveal any discrepancy or uncertainty in boundaries unless the several owners of the parcels affected sign the composite plan to evidence their consents to the boundaries shown on the composite plan.
  • (2) All signatures required by subsection (1) must be witnessed by at least one person who is 16 years of age or older and who is not an owner of a parcel affected by the plan, and the address and occupation of each witness must be stated on the plan.

1979-219-72; 1989-69-7, effective April 1, 1990 (B.C. Reg. 53/90).


Electronic Plans

The execution copy of an electronic Application to Deposit Plan at Land Title Office signed in accordance with s. 168.42 of the Act satisfies the signature requirements for owners and witnesses in signing an electronic plan.


See Di Castri, Registration of Title to Land, vol. 1, para. 156.