Standard Forms Spotlight: REMINDER - The BCREA Individual Identification Information Record Has Been Retired
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When the latest FINTRAC amendments came into effect on June 1, 2021, we retired the BCREA Individual Identification Information Record as it no longer meets brokerages’ record keeping obligations. Please use the FINTRAC forms provided by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) or your brokerage to ensure you continue to meet these obligations.
Although this form has been retired, it may still appear within CREA’s WEBForms® platform if you created it as a standalone form. You may also see it included under a folder called “BCREA FINTRAC” if multiple standalone forms were created. In this case, each standalone form in the folder will need to be deleted individually.
Please see the guidance provided by CREA below to remove the retired form and the BCREA FINTRAC folder from WEBForms®:
For more information on the retirement of the form, please see this blog post: BCREA Individual Identification Information Record to be Retired Ahead of June 1 FINTRAC Changes. For the most up-to-date information on the recent FINTRAC changes, see the gateway page on the BCREA website.
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