Land Registry Offices in Alberta
ALBERTA Quick Facts
The name "Alberta" is in honour of the daughter of Queen Victoria.
Area: 661,848 km sq
Joined Confederation: 1905
Capital City: Edmonton
Provincial Flower: Wild Rose
Alberta has two Land Titles Offices, one in Calgary and one in Edmonton (head office).
The Alberta Land Titles Automation (ALTA) system was implemented in 1988, converting paper format into the electronic medium.
State of Tenure: Land Titles
Are most historic title records computerized? No (most are from 1973 to 1975 forward)
Are current title documents computerized? Yes
Are current documents available online? Yes
Is electronic registration available? No
For a title search you need one of the following:
Legal description: Yes
Parcel Identifier Number (LINC): Yes
Current title registration #: Yes
Civic address: No (but some registry agents can search by address)
Alberta Land Titles offices do not offer private search services at its office locations to the general public.. Searches are conducted either online via its SPIN 2 web site, as listed on their respective web pages, through a Registry Agent or as a result of a registration.
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