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In order to request a land title search, you must be a member in good standing with the AMA, CAA or AAA. Not a member? Join AMA now.
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- Records are public information; anyone can request a land title search on any piece of land in Alberta.
- Changes to land titles, including removing liens, encumbrances, and caveats, can only be performed by Alberta Land Titles.
Information required to order a land title search
- Your AMA membership card.
- The legal land description/land title number (if available) or urban street address*.
Note: Your legal land description appears on your taxation assessment, mortgage, or previous land title, and can also be obtained from your local taxation office.
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3 easy ways to request a land title search
- Fax a Land Title Search request form to (780) 989-6378 or toll-free to 1-855-333-6378 (within Canada and USA).
- Come into any AMA Registries location.
- Phone us in Edmonton at 780-989-6370 or toll-free at 1-866-989-6370.
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Available land title searches:
- Current certificate of title.
Shows all current title information: current owner(s) of a piece of land, and all outstanding registered interests in the land, such as mortgages, caveats, and builders liens.
The rights may be for surface, minerals, or both.
- Registered land titles document.
You are able to order copies of documents that appear on the title; e.g. caveats, easements, mortgages, liens, etc.
- Current historical title
Shows all current title information, as well as discharged historical instruments.
- Cancelled historical title (has been cancelled and replaced).
Searches can be performed while you wait.
Historical title searches for titles that are earlier than Alberta Land Titles computerized records will be special ordered and sent to you.
Additional search fees apply depending on the number of titles searched.
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Prices vary by region
- A piece of land can have more than one title. The search fee is charged per title for which you received results. However, if you know which title you are interested in, you can request a land title search for only the title you choose.
- *Land titles are searched by the legal land description or land title number. If you do not have this information, AMA can perform a search to find your legal land description from your street address. There is a fee for this search and it can be done for most urban areas, with the exception of condominiums and apartments.
for product pricing at your local AMA Centre.