To find a Certificate of Title you must submit a Certificate of Title Search Request form.
Certificates of Title are searchable by:
- registered owners name;
- legal description; or
- title number.
Before you request a search
Have as much of the following information as possible:
- name of the property owner(s);
- block, group or quad;
- plan number; and
- village, town, city, subdivision or other location.
What is the fee?
$3 for a certified true copy of title, or $1 per page for a copy of title.
The General Register (GR) is where Writs of Seizure and Sale, among other instruments, are registered. When a GR search is requested a General Register Certificate (GRC) is produced. In addition to Writs of Seizure and Sale, a GRC will show all GR instruments under the name you search for, such as:
- general powers of attorney; and
- court orders, such as:
- granting probate;
- letters of administration;
- receivership; and
- assignments in bankruptcy.
To request a search and obtain a GRC you must submit a Certificate of Title Search Request form.
The General Register is searchable by:
- registered name;
- similar name; or
- registration number.
What is the fee?
For the time being, no fees are payable for GR Searches, GRC or GR instrument registrations.
How to make a search
- Download the Certificate of Title search request form.
- Fill out the form.
- Submit the form
In person: Andrew A. Philipsen Law Centre
2130 Second Avenue (ground floor) in Whitehorse. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Government of Yukon
Land Titles Office (J-2A)
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
When will you receive your search results?
Once you have submitted your request you’ll receive the search results within 24 to 48 hours.
If you have questions, phone 867-667-5612. Phone toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 5612.