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Land titles. Find, change, register and learn about land titles in Alberta.
When selling real estate in Alberta, you must convey the title to the new owner by registering this Transfer of Land form with an Alberta Registry Office. The form must be completed and signed where indicated by the seller and the buyer, and submitted for filing with the appropriate fees. The form includes an Affidavit of Execution, Dower Act requirements, and Affidavit of Value. This form is.
Land Titles by Municipality.. Detailed Information; Description. Annual value of land transfers in a municipality. This includes transfers of all or part of a land, transfers of minerals, surface, leasehold titles and life estate, and applications for leasehold titles, subleasehold titles, and life estate titles.
The Land Titles Office, comprised of the Document Examination and Surveys Sections, is part of the Registry Services Division of Service Alberta. The Assistant Deputy Minister is the official Registrar for the Land Titles Office, but day to day operations are managed within the Land Titles Office by the Executive Director and Directors.
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