Land Title Searches

Before you purchase or invest in property in Alberta, it is important you do a Land Title Search. You can request a Land Title Search for any property in Alberta.

To obtain a Land Title Search, you must know the legal description, Land Identification Number Code (LINC number), or the title number for the property you want to search.

Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to search the municipality of High River. To obtain a land title search for a property in High River you must go to the town office and apply.

You cannot do a Land Title Search by municipal address, but Rangeland Agencies does have the ability to search the municipality where the land is and obtain the legal description to pull the land title.

Current Land Title Searches identify the current owner and show all outstanding registered interests in the land, including mortgages, caveats, easements, and builders’ liens.

Historical Land Title Searches identify who owned the property before the current owners.

Historical Land Title Searches are done in chronological order; if you’re looking for a title from a specific date, and there have been multiple property owners since then, you will have to pay for all titles in between until Rangeland Agencies finds what you want.