Public Land Titles Records

Please note that only electronic titles will appear in the search results. To obtain a deed or paper title, please submit a Service Request form to our Client Service Team.

Search for an Instrument

To begin your search, you’ll need your registration number, also known as a document number or instrument number. You can find this number on your Notice of Registration statement, Status of Title, or on an older copy of your Title. 

Search for a Survey Plan

To begin your search, you’ll need your plan number. You can find this number in the land index section of your Status of Title.

Please note that only your property boundaries will appear on a survey plan. To obtain a building location certificate, please contact a Manitoba Land Surveyor.

Online Service

Anyone can search official land titles records in Manitoba using Title Check, your online source of information for Manitoba’s Land Titles Registry.

Title Check

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