Land Titles Smart Forms

These are electronically fillable PDF forms. Our smart forms are designed to be intelligent and interactive, and to help ensure that certain required information is provided in the correct format. 

We recommend opening the smart forms on a Windows computer using Adobe Reader DC. More detailed information about the compatible versions of Adobe Reader is available.

Form name




Caveat (10.2) July 31, 2017 User Guide Training Video
Discharge (7.2) March 6, 2017 User Guide Training Video
Mortgage (6.2) March 30, 2017 User Guide Training Video

Transfer (5.1)



September 28, 2017



User Guide



Training Video: Transferor

Training Video: Transferee

Registration Details Application (17)
October 4, 2018
User Guide

Service Request (19) October 4, 2018 User Guide  

Reference material

Frequently Asked Questions  
Overview and Security Features Training Video  
How to complete your Registration Details Application  
How to read your Service Request  

Unlike other land titles forms, these new smart forms must be printed on letter sized paper and the security features printed at the bottom of the form must be intact and fully visible after printing. They do not have to be printed double-sided.

These forms are approved by the Registrar-General and are distributed as a client service by The Property Registry. They can be used by anyone who wishes to use them, without charge. They may be used by any person or business but only for the purpose of being filled in and submitted to land titles for registration or to be demonstrated for education purposes. They may not be used in a commercial application of any kind where there is a charge for forms.

Any alteration of the wording or spacing of these forms makes the approval VOID and the forms subject to rejection by land titles.

There is no warranty that these forms will work with any particular computer system or software. These forms are distributed as a client service.

While the eForms are interactive and intelligent, they are designed to make sure that certain basic informational requirements are provided. They are not intended to take the place of proper legal advice. The forms do not have the ability to determine if the information you have entered it correct; they simply ensure that the required sections have been completed. The Property Registry cannot provide legal advice.