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Registry Act

ONTARIO REGULATION 427/99

REGISTRY DIVISIONS

Consolidation Period: From March 7, 2018 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: 89/18.

Legislative History: 512/01, 125/05, 147/05, 218/05, 444/16, 89/18.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

1. (1) For each item in the Schedule, the registry division named in Column 1 is the registry division for the area described in Column 3.  O. Reg. 427/99, s. 1 (1).

(2) For each item in the Schedule, the land registry office for a registry division named in Column 1 is located in the local municipality named in Column 2.  O. Reg. 427/99, s. 1 (2).

(3) For each item in the Schedule, the registry division named in Column 1 may be referred to by either the words or by both the words and the number set out in that column.  O. Reg. 427/99, s. 1 (3).

(4) Unless otherwise provided in the Schedule,

(a) a reference in the Schedule to a county, territorial district, geographic township, municipality, regional municipality or metropolitan municipality is a reference to the county, territorial district, geographic township, municipality, regional municipality or metropolitan municipality, as it existed on December 31, 1980;

(b) for each item in the Schedule, the registry division named in Column 1 includes all allowances for roads within the registry division as described in Column 3 for the item; and

(c) if an allowance for a road forms a boundary of a registry division, the centre line of the allowance is the boundary of the registry division.  O. Reg. 427/99, s. 1 (4).

2. (1) If, under subsection 4 (2) of the Act, the boundaries of a registry division are changed so that the division is combined with another registry division or part of the division is annexed to an adjoining registry division, the land registrar for the registry division that is eliminated by the combination or reduced by the annexation shall, within the time that the Director requires, deliver to the land registrar for the registry division that is enlarged by the combination or annexation, the records that the Director requires. O. Reg. 89/18, s. 1 (1).

(2) Revoked: O. Reg. 89/18, s. 1 (1).

(3) A land registrar whose registry division is enlarged shall enter in the appropriate index all plans and certified copies of plans received under subsection (1). O. Reg. 444/16, s. 1; O. Reg. 89/18, s. 1 (2).

(4) Subsections (1) and (3) apply with necessary modifications if a registry division is divided into two or more registry divisions under subsection 4 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 89/18, s. 1 (3).

(5) The Director may vary the requirements of this section to apply to special circumstances. O. Reg. 444/16, s. 1.

Schedule

Column 1

Registry Division

Column 2

Location of Land Registry Office

Column 3

Description of Registry Division

ALGOMA (No. 1)

Sault Ste. Marie

The Territorial District of Algoma.

BRANT (No. 2)

Brantford

The County of Brant, including the lands in the Township of Tuscarora granted by the Crown at any time.

BRUCE (No. 3)

Walkerton

The County of Bruce.

COCHRANE (No. 6)

Cochrane

The Territorial District of Cochrane.

DUFFERIN (No. 7)

Orangeville

The County of Dufferin, together with that land annexed to the Town of Orangeville and described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 437/89 made under the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981.

DUNDAS (No. 8)

Morrisburg

The County of Dundas.

DURHAM (No. 40)

Whitby

The Regional Municipality of Durham.

ELGIN (No. 11)

St. Thomas

The land being,

  (a)  all of the County of Elgin, except,

  (i)  part of the Village of Belmont, being those parts of the geographic townships of Westminster and North Dorchester described in Schedule “A” to Order P.F.M-10162-60 of the Ontario Municipal Board, which Order is registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Elgin (No. 11) as No. 11430 South Dorchester and No. 44641 Yarmouth, and

  (ii)  that part of the County of Elgin included in Area 4 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie; and

  (b)  that part of the County of Kent included in Area 3 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie.

ESSEX (No. 12)

Windsor

The County of Essex as it existed on June 1, 1984, except that part of the County included in Area 2 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie. (See Note 1)

FRONTENAC (No. 13)

Kingston

The County of Frontenac.

GLENGARRY (No. 14)

Alexandria

The County of Glengarry.

GRENVILLE (No. 15)

Prescott

The County of Grenville as it existed on September 1, 1984. (See Note 2)

GREY (No. 16)

Owen Sound

The County of Grey.

HALDIMAND (No. 18)

Cayuga

Parts of The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being,

  (a)  all of the former County of Haldimand as it existed on March 31, 1974, except those parts of the County included in Areas 4 and 6 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie; and

  (b)  parts of the former County of Norfolk as it existed on March 31, 1974 being those parts of the County included in Area 5 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie.

HALIBURTON (No. 19)

Minden

The County of Haliburton as it existed on January 1, 1983.

HALTON (No. 20)

Milton

The Regional Municipality of Halton.

HASTINGS (No. 21)

Belleville

The County of Hastings.

HURON (No. 22)

Goderich

The County of Huron as it existed on January 1, 1993.

KENORA (No. 23)

Kenora

The Territorial District of Kenora.

KENT (No. 24)

Chatham

The land being,

  (a)  all of the County of Kent as it existed on June 1, 1984, except that part of the County included in Area 3 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie; and

  (b)  that part of the County of Essex included in Area 2 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie. (See Note 1)

LAMBTON (No. 25)

Sarnia

The County of Lambton as it existed on January 1, 1993.

LANARK (No. 27)

Almonte

The County of Lanark as it existed on September 1, 1984. (See Notes 2 and 3)

LEEDS (No. 28)

Brockville

The County of Leeds. (See Note 3)

LENNOX (No. 29)

Napanee

The County of Lennox and Addington.

MANITOULIN (No. 31)

Gore Bay

The Territorial District of Manitoulin.

MIDDLESEX (No. 33)

London

The land being,

  (a)  the County of Middlesex;

  (b)  the Village of Belmont, in the County of Elgin, being those parts of the geographic townships of Westminster and North Dorchester described in Schedule “A” to Order P.F.M-10162-60 of the Ontario Municipal Board registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Middlesex (No. 33) as No. 147881.

MUSKOKA (No. 35)

Bracebridge

The Territorial District of Muskoka.

NIAGARA (No. 30)

St. Catharines

The land being,

  (a)  The Regional Municipality of Niagara; and

  (b)  parts of The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being that part of the former County of Haldimand as it existed on March 31, 1974 included in Area 6 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie.

NIPISSING (No. 36)

North Bay

The Territorial District of Nipissing. (See Note 5)

NORFOLK (No. 37)

Simcoe

The land being,

  (a)  parts of The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk being,

  (i)  all of the former County of Norfolk as it existed on March 31, 1974, except those parts of the County included in Area 5 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie, and

  (ii)  those parts of the former County of Haldimand as it existed on March 31, 1974 included in Area 4 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie; and

  (b)  that part of the County of Elgin included in Area 4 on Plan No. 1551, on file in the Archives of Ontario, and being part of the bed of Lake Erie.

NORTHUMBERLAND (No. 39)

Cobourg

The County of Northumberland.

OTTAWA-CARLETON (No. 4)

Ottawa

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.

OXFORD (No. 41)

Woodstock

The County of Oxford.

PARRY SOUND (No. 42)

Parry Sound

The Territorial District of Parry Sound. (See Note 5)

PEEL (No. 43)

Brampton

The Regional Municipality of Peel, except for that land annexed to the Town of Orangeville and described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 437/89 made under the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981.

PERTH (No. 44)

Stratford

The County of Perth, except for parts of Lot 17, Concession 10, formerly in the Township of Wallace and now in the Town of Palmerston, being Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 on reference plan 44R-2874.

PETERBOROUGH (No. 45)

Peterborough

The County of Peterborough.

PRESCOTT (No. 46)

L’Orignal

The County of Prescott.

PRINCE EDWARD (No. 47)

Picton

The County of Prince Edward.

RAINY RIVER (No. 48)

Fort Frances

The Territorial District of Rainy River.

RENFREW (No. 49)

Pembroke

The County of Renfrew.

RUSSELL (No. 50)

Russell

The County of Russell.

SIMCOE (No. 51)

Barrie

The County of Simcoe.

STORMONT (No. 52)

Cornwall

The County of Stormont.

SUDBURY (No. 53)

Sudbury

The Territorial District of Sudbury.

THUNDER BAY (No. 55)

Thunder Bay

The Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

TIMISKAMING (No. 54)

Haileybury

The Territorial District of Timiskaming.

TORONTO (No. 66)

Toronto

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto as it existed on September 3, 1982. (See Note 4)

VICTORIA (No. 57)

Lindsay

The County of Victoria.

WATERLOO (No. 58)

Kitchener

The Regional Municipality of Waterloo.

WELLINGTON (No. 61)

Guelph

The County of Wellington, together with those parts of Lot 17, Concession 10, formerly in the Township of Wallace and now in the Town of Palmerston, being Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 on reference plan 44R-2874.

WENTWORTH (No. 62)

Hamilton

The Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth.

YORK REGION (No. 65)

Aurora

The Regional Municipality of York as it existed on September 3, 1982. (See Note 4)

 

Note 1. By Ontario Regulation 326/84 made under the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981, portions of the Township of Tilbury North in the County of Essex were annexed to the Town of Tilbury in the County of Kent.

Note 2. By Ontario Regulation 530/84 made under the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981, part of the Village of Merrickville, in the County of Grenville, was annexed to the Township of Montague in the County of Lanark, and part of the Township of Montague was annexed to the Village of Merrickville on September 3, 1984.

Note 3. Sand Island in Rideau Lake is located in the Township of South Burgess. See Order No. P4776-67 dated May 17, 1968 and Order No. 6181-68 dated September 4, 1968, each made by the Ontario Municipal Board under the Municipal Corporations Quieting Orders Act and the Territorial Division Act.

Note 4. The northern boundary of the City of Toronto is the northern limit of the 66 foot wide original road allowance that now forms part of Steeles Avenue. See Order No. M820055 dated September 3, 1982 and made by the Ontario Municipal Board under the Municipal Corporations Quieting Orders Act.

Note 5. (Re: Town of Kearney) The Land Titles Division of Parry Sound includes those portions of the geographic townships of Butt and McCraney described in Schedule C to The District of Parry Sound Local Government Act, 1979.

O. Reg. 427/99, Sched.; O. Reg. 512/01, s. 1; O. Reg. 125/05, s. 1; O. Reg. 147/05, s. 1; O. Reg. 218/05, s. 1.

 

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