LTSA Continues to Meet Demand

Mar 20, 2020

Posted by
April van Ert
Director, Communications & Stakeholder Engagement


More than 8500 applications processed this week

While Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) has introduced social distancing measures in their offices, such as restricting access to staff, direct access pass-holders and Registry Agents, it's keeping up with customer demand and expects to remain open for business.

In a statement posted on their website on Thursday, March 19, the LTSA said “So far this week, we have processed more than 8,500 applications and are meeting our service targets for turnaround times across all service areas.”

The LTSA noted that with Front Counter services closed, customers should use their  website resources and electronic filing services to access front counter services such as:

LTSA’s call centres are open from 8am – 4:30pm each business day to answer questions about land title applications, survey dataset submissions, and system setup and use. Click here for contact information.

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