Province launches online property registry 0
It will now be that much easier for Manitobans buying and selling homes or property to access land title documents through Documents Online, a new Property Registry service.
Documents Online will allow people to search, view, download and print available documents over 1.5 million documents in the Property Registry database including documents registered in all six Land Titles Offices in the last six years. The database will also contain a significant number of caveats in the Brandon and Winnipeg Land Titles Offices dating back to the late 19th century.
"This is a great benefit for anyone who needs information about property in Maniotoba," said Healthy Living, Seniors and Consumer Affairs minister Jim Rondeau. Previously if a property owner, lawyer or bank wanted a copy of a mortgage they had to submit a service request and then wait for Property Registry to find the document, print it, and then mail or fax it back. This new service gives access to document information within minutes."
Documents Online is another step in the Property Registry's ongoing initiative to improve client services. Last year it introduced Surveys Online which provided a similar access to survey plans.
For more information on Documents Online call the Property Registry office at (204)945-2042 visit online at https://direct.goc.mb.ca/ltohtml/internet/en/lto.html.