As of November 30, 2020, individuals and “reporting bodies” (including relevant corporations, trusts, and partnerships) that became the registered owners of an “interest in land” in British Columbia had to comply with the requirements of a new publicly searchable registry, the Land Owner Transparency Registry (the “Registry”). While the Registry has been collecting information about transferred interests in land for almost a year now, there are additional requirements for reporting bodies that will be enforced as of November 30, 2022. These requirements will apply to nearly all corporations, partnerships, and trusts, that owned land prior to November 30, 2020 and
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The Land Owner Transparency Act requires individuals with interest in land to file a transparency declaration housed in a searchable, public database. Learn more about who must be included in transparency reports.