B-9 - Act respecting registry offices

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SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $81. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $81 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $98, plus $64 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of property taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $81 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $70 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $49.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation of the registration of a notice of address or reduction of an entry;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $14 for the certified statement and $14 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $14, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $22 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $22 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $22 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $22.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $5 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $22 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $5 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $14. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2020, c. 172020, c. 17, s. 39.
See notice of indexation; (2021) 153 G.O. 1 (French), 242.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $97, plus $63 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of property taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $69 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $48.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation of the registration of a notice of address or reduction of an entry;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of property taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $14 for the certified statement and $14 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $14, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $21 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $21 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $21 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $21.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $5 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $21 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $14. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2020, c. 172020, c. 17, s. 39.
See notice of indexation; (2020) 152 G.O. 1 (French), 270.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $97, plus $63 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $80 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $69 plus $10 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $48.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $14 for the certified statement and $14 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $14, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $21 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $21 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $21 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $21.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $5 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $21 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $14. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2020) 152 G.O. 1 (French), 270.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $79. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $79 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $95, plus $62 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $79 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $68 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $47.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $14 for the certified statement and $14 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $14, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $21 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $21 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $21 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $21.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $21 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $14. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2019) 151 G.O. 1 (French), 263.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $78. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $78 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $93, plus $61 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $78 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $67 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $46.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $20 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $20 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $20 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $20.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $20 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2018) 150 G.O. 1, 192.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $77. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $77 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $92, plus $60 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $77 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $66 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $45.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $20 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $20 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $20 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $7. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $20.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $20 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $7 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $7 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2017) 149 G.O. 1, 357.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $76. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $76 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $91, plus $60 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $76 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $66 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $45.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $19 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $19 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $19 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $19.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $19 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2016) 148 G.O. 1, 307A.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $90, plus $59 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $65 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $44.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice notified under article 410 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) (inoperative subparagraph);
(8) (inoperative subparagraph);
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $19 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $19 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $19 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $19.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $19 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
See notice of indexation; (2015) 147 G.O. 1, 377.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $90, plus $59 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $65 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $44.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice served under article 813.4 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) a notice of a sheriff’s sale;
(8) a release from a sheriff’s seizure;
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code and article 704 of the Code of Civil Procedure is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $19 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $19 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $19 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $19.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $19 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49.
See notice of indexation; (2015) 147 G.O. 1, 377.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $74. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $74 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $89, plus $58 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $74 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $64 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $44.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice served under article 813.4 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) a notice of a sheriff’s sale;
(8) a release from a sheriff’s seizure;
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code and article 704 of the Code of Civil Procedure is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $19 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $19 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $19 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $19.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $19 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted by operation of law on 1 April of each year by the rate prescribed in section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63; 2013, c. 16, s. 44 to s. 49.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $63. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $63 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $75, plus $50 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $63 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $53 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $38.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice served under article 813.4 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) a notice of a sheriff’s sale;
(8) a release from a sheriff’s seizure;
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code and article 704 of the Code of Civil Procedure is $13 for the certified statement and $13 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $13, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $19 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $19 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $19 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $19.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $4 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $19 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $13. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted in accordance with section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63.
See notice of indexation; (2013) 145 G.O. 1, 304.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $61. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $60 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $74, plus $49 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $61 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $51 plus $9 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $37.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice served under article 813.4 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) a notice of a sheriff’s sale;
(8) a release from a sheriff’s seizure;
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code and article 704 of the Code of Civil Procedure is $12 for the certified statement and $12 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $12, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $18 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $18 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $18 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $18.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $3 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $18 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $12. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted in accordance with section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63.
See notice of indexation; (2012) 144 G.O. 1, 359.
SCHEDULE I
TARIFF OF FEES–LAND REGISTRATION
1. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $60. The fee is reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
2. Despite section 1, the fee for the filing of an application for the registration of rights that is in the form of a summary, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $60 per summarized document. The fee is reduced by $10 per summarized document if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
3. The fee for the filing of an application for the cancellation or reduction of a registration–including the cancellation or reduction of the rights set out in the corresponding initial application for registration–in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $71, plus $48 for every additional application. Both of these amounts are reduced by $10 if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
4. The fee for the filing of a prior notice of sale for non-payment of immovable taxes, in paper form, at the registry office for a registration division is $60 plus $8 per lot or part of a lot. The fee is $50 plus $8 per lot or part of a lot if the application is filed electronically with the Land Registry Office.
5. The fee for the filing of an application for the registration of an address, by notice or by reference to a previously published notice, for the renewal of the registration of an address or for the registration of an omitted reference to a notice of address is $36.
However, no fee is payable for the registration of a change in a reference to a notice of address.
6. Despite sections 1 to 5, no fee is payable for the registration of
(1) a change in the address or in the name of a person referred to in article 3022 of the Civil Code or the cancellation or reduction of the registration of a notice of address;
(2) a list of immovables unsold at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(3) a document evidencing the redemption of lots adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(4) a notice served under article 813.4 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(5) an action against the owner of an immovable involving a legal hypothec in favour of the participants in the construction or renovation of the immovable or involving a legal hypothec held by a syndicate of co-owners on a co-owner’s fraction;
(6) a list of immovables adjudicated at a sale for non-payment of immovable taxes;
(7) a notice of a sheriff’s sale;
(8) a release from a sheriff’s seizure;
(9) a clerk’s certificate attesting that an action has been discontinued;
(10) a certificate of the Attorney General stating that a hypothec in favour of the State is extinguished or reduced; and
(11) the abandonment or revocation of a real right of State resource development that is not exempt from registration.
7. The fee for statements certified by the registrar as provided for in the first paragraph of article 3019 of the Civil Code and article 704 of the Code of Civil Procedure is $12 for the certified statement and $12 for each copy of an application for registration that forms part of the statement, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary.
8. The fee for any other certificate is $12, unless the law expressly provides that no fee or a different set fee is payable.
9. The fee for each copy or extract from a register kept at the Land Registry Office is $18 per land file or per file opened in the index of names, directory of addresses or directory of real right holders or, in the case of the book of presentation, per date and registration division. The fee is $18 per file for each copy or extract from the register complementary to the index of names preserved on microfilm or microfiche for the registration divisions of Montréal and Laval.
The fee for each copy or extract from a register preserved at the registry office for a registration division, under section 245 of the Act to amend the Civil Code and other legislative provisions relating to land registration (2000, chapter 42), is $18 per page of the register.
The fee for each copy of the plan of a lot is $6. The fee for each copy or extract from an application for registration, including the accompanying document if the application is in the form of a summary, or for each copy or extract from any other document is $18.
10. The fee for copies of applications, including the accompanying documents if the applications are in the form of a summary, forwarded for the purposes of transfers of immovables or the updating of the municipal assessment rolls, is $3 per copy, regardless of the means used to issue such copies.
11. A fee of $18 is added to the fee payable when the copy, extract or statement is sent by fax.
12. The municipal bodies are billed monthly for the fees payable for the copies of applications and documents that are forwarded to them for the purposes of transfers of immovables and the updating of the municipal assessment rolls.
13. The fee for completing the Agence du revenu du Québec form concerning a person who appears to be the registered owner of a lot, of part of a lot or of an immovable identified by a serial number in the registers is $6 for each form completed.
14. The fee for on-site consultation, at the registry office for a registration division, of the registers, plans and other documents preserved in paper form or on microfilm or microfiche is $6 per person per day or fraction of a day. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the registers and other microfilmed or microphotographed documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec (chapter R-3.1) or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts (chapter T-11).
15. The fee for the consultation of electronic registers, plans and other documents is $4 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search, according to the document or register consulted. The fee is $1 per lot, document, name, registration division or keyword search if the registers, plans and documents are consulted otherwise than by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions. The consultation fee includes the cost of copies from the electronic registers, plans and other documents produced by the printers made available to the public.
No fee is payable to consult the registers, plans and documents by means of the screens available at the registry offices for the registration divisions, for the purpose of preparing cadastres under the Cadastre Act (chapter C-1), the Act to promote the reform of the cadastre in Québec or the Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts.
16. The fee for a certified statement of registration in paper form is $12. However, no fee is payable for the first certified statement of registration issued in respect of an application for registration filed in paper form at the registry office for a registration division.
17. The fees payable under this Tariff are adjusted in accordance with section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001). However, a fee is not adjusted if it was set in the preceding year or was increased in the preceding year otherwise than under that section.
Adjusted amounts are rounded down to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is less than $0.50, or up to the nearest dollar if they include a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50. The application of this rounding rule may not operate to decrease a fee below its pre-adjustment level.
If an adjusted amount cannot be rounded up to the nearest dollar, the annual adjustments are deferred and accumulated until the fee payable includes a dollar fraction that is equal to or greater than $0.50.
The Minister publishes the results of the adjustment in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2011, c. 18, s. 63.