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Registering your survey plan series through eRegistration

March 23, 2020 – In order to provide continual service, while maintaining the need for social distancing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and pursuant to the directive of the Registrar-General, the electronic registration of survey plans is now mandatory.

We are implementing a procedure that will allow plans to be submitted using eRegistration, called eRegistration of Plans (Light). This is intended as an interim measure until the full eRegistration of Plans solution can be implemented in 2022.

A copy of the Registrar-General’s Directive (Mandatory use of eRegistration during COVID-19 pandemic) is available on our website at www.teranetmanitoba.ca/news-updates/registrar-general-directives-and-notices.

An eRegistration of Plans (Light) User Guide has been developed to help you learn how to register survey plan series through the eRegistration portal. It is available on our website at www.teranetmanitoba.ca/land-titles/land-titles-training-materials.

Additional resources are also available on that page:

  • Survey Plan Registration Guide
  • eRegistration User Guide
  • eRegistration System Requirements
  • Tips for submitting survey plans for registration

Please note that it has always been forbidden to make modifications to plan deposits after they have been approved for copies by the Examiner of Surveys. It is now more important than ever to ensure that you do not in any way change the state of a plan once it has been approved.

If you already have an account with Teranet Manitoba, and are a current user of eRegistration, you can submit your survey plans for registration through the application immediately. For new users, a link to our Client Application Form and the Registration User Guide for New Firms can be found on the Land Titles Account and Payment options page.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Client Service Team at clientservice@teranet.ca or 1-844-737-5684 (toll-free).

Quarantine period for incoming mail

While clients are still able to mail documents to our offices, there will be a delay in processing any paper submissions. All incoming mail will be subjected to a three-day quarantine/waiting period before our team members are able to process it.

If you have any questions about these new processes, please contact our Client Service Team.

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