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Land records in Ontario registry offices

A. David McFall

Land records in Ontario registry offices

a genealogical research guide

by A. David McFall

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Published by Ontario Genealogical Society in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Ontario -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Ontario -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. David McFall and Jean McFall.
    ContributionsMcFall, Jean.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD319O5 M24
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19094578M
    ISBN 100920036082
    OCLC/WorldCa15958821

    The Rockland County Clerk files and records land-related legal documents, such as mortgages, deeds, satisfactions, and assignments. To be recorded, all documents must be originals, in recordable form, legible, signed and notarized. Some of our most common Land Records forms can be downloaded below (click on last question on page). MISSION STATEMENT. The mission of the Oxford County Registry of Deeds is to record all documents promptly and efficiently, preserving them for the future, providing reliable access, assisting the public in research efforts and serving with professionalism.

    Land Registries» Land Registry Offices in Canada Land Registry Offices in Canada Use the map to the left or the links below to access a list of Provincial registry offices that will have a list of title searchers that can assist you with your title search. Company profile, information and contact info for Ontario Land Registry Office - 40 William St N, Chatham, ON from ProFile Canada, Canada's most trusted Business Database for lists and data.

    County Clerk's Office: The Broome County Clerk’s Office oversees the processing, filing, scanning and storing of thousands of vital property, business and court documents every year. We oversee records dating back to including deeds, mortgages, judgments, liens, maps, civil and criminal actions. Land Records in Ontario Registry Offices; David A. McFall and Jean McFall Land Settlement in Upper Canada, ; Gilbert C. Anderson Letters of Administration from Niagara North Registry Office St. Catharines Ontario, Instruments No. 1 to No. Registered from to ; Shirley Kanen-Smith, Carolyn Bassett, Sylvia Bagley.


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Land records in Ontario registry offices by A. David McFall Download PDF EPUB FB2

To the land is registered. Land title records are held by the Land Registry Offices; a list of these offices can be found at the end of this Guide. For more information about the Land Registry system, consult A Guide to Ontario Land Registry records (Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, ).

Note: File Size: KB. Land records are available from the time when what we know as Ontario was part of Quebec to the current records which are recorded in the County Registry Offices. Upper Canada Land Board - In Land Boards were created to oversee land matters and facilitate settlement in the districts of Hesse, Luneburg, Mecklenburg and Nassau.

Few land records for Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, or the territories. For records not at the Family History Library, see various archives and provincial and local land offices. There is usually a fee to make copies of records at land offices. Sometimes an attorney is required.

If there were any later transactions relating to that property (e.g., sale to another individual, taking out a mortgage on the property, etc.), they were documented in the records of the county Land Registry Offices.

Also see Ontario Archives From Grant to Patent: A Guide to Early Land Settlement Records, ca to ca [pdf file] or the. Land records are essential to understanding the history of Ontario and its peoples. The purpose of this guide is to explain the various types of land records that can be found in Local Land Registry Offices in Ontario, and to provide specific examples of where to locate the records and how to use them.

This guide explains the various types of land records that can be found in Local Land Registry Offices in Ontario, and provides specific examples of where to locate the records and how to use them.

Show less. OnLand | Ontario Land Registry Access is a free site to search Ontario Land Property Records. All private property ownership records in Ontario are recorded by the government. You can search for land records at a Land Registry Office or you can use the OnLand site to search for historical land records.

Currently, you can only print records at a. Abstract Indexes to Deeds are arranged by Township and catalogued in the Land, Municipal and Church Records Microfilm section of the Main Reading Room card catalogue of the Ontario Archives The records of Land Registry Offices (LROs) document transactions relating to privately owned land.

Search a range of government documents, from technical bulletins to minister’s orders, regarding land registration. Learn more about land registration Some of our Condominium Forms on will be moving over to the Condominium Authority of Ontario website January 1, Here is.

Subsequent sales, gifts, bequests, or other transfers of land have been a matters of local record since aboutunder the responsibility of the Ministère de la Justice and registered at the Bureau d’enregistrement [Legal Registry Office] of the various Judicial Districts.

In there were 55 different land registry offices. For all other types of maps, select by Book and Page (or Township and Range) from the tables provided.

Disclaimer Information: The data available on this website, including all Geographic Information Systems data, maps, tables, numbers, graphics, and text (hereinafter collectively referred to as the Information), is provided on an As Is, As.

Historical Book: Historical books, previously only available for consultation at a Land Registry Office (LRO), contain the original paper property records registered prior to the introduction of Ontario’s electronic land registration system: Lane (on a plan of subdivision) A surveyed piece of land laid out by a plan of subdivisions.

Types of records in Ontario Land Registry Offices Article posted: J By: Fawne Stratford-Devai We know that some or all of the following records/documents/registers are to be found or were known to be stored at one time in Ontario Land Registry Offices.

McFall, A. David. Land Records in Ontario Registry Offices. LHC Ont Ontario. Department of Public Records and Archives. Ontario Archives Land Records Index (microfiche) LHC Ont Ontario, Department of Public Records and Archives. Report to the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario., The Archives of Ontario holds many different kinds of records, with a few of the most heavily used being listed below.

They are the starting point for most genealogical investigations. Such records are generally indexed, and they are usually available on microfilm at the Archives or through Microfilm Interloan.

Land Registry Searching In Ontario, Simcoe, Ontario. likes 2 talking about this. This page is to discuss title searching questions; experiences and thoughts on searching the land records in.

Search Province of Ontario, Canada public record databases such as corporations, business name searches, commercial carrier records, census records, court records, phone directories, death records, professional licenses, statutes, marriage records.

Province of Ontario has 54 Land Registry offices. Rollout of the electronic system began in and is almost completed in all 54 registries.

All documents must be submitted electronically unless the property has not been converted to Land Titles or the applicable land registry is not online. Company profile, information and contact info for Ontario Land Registry Office - Elgin St, Ottawa, ON from ProFile Canada, Canada's most trusted Business Database for lists and data.

Of the 53 Land Registry Office records online, only 17 (highlighted below) had Historical Books / Canada Lands Index records. This post, Part IV, is an Index of sorts to the 53 Land Registry Offices in Ontario and I indicate below IF they even have a "Canada Lands Index" book online and I summarize ALL of the historical books that are available.

According to the land registration system, all real property transactions become public upon registration in the Land register of Québec. Thus, since it is a public register, all citizens can access it and trace the history of transactions made on a lot since its creation.Land registration records are found in the land registry office on the 4th floor of the Ellen Fairclough Building, King Street West, Hamilton, ON.

To use these records efficiently you must have the Plan and Lot Number of the property. a Land Registrar’s amendment, order or caution; Director of Titles order or caution; $0. 6. For search of other indices (condominium corporation, by-laws, general registration, Canada land) $ to search, to copy first page and $ for each subsequent page.

7. For search of a day book under the Registry Act. $0. 8.