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Manufactured Home Registry
Manufactured Home Online
Frequently Asked Questions
- What about people without Internet access?
- Which transactions are available?
- What are the fees?
- How can I pay?
- Will I need to go through a lawyer or registry agent?
- What security is there for my filing?
They may choose to hire a qualified supplier who can submit the forms that are not accepted at the Manufactured Home Registry.
MH Online includes the following electronic transactions:
- some transport permits;
- new home registrations;
- transfers; and
- residential exemptions.
Fees can be viewed here. In addition, there is a BC OnLine surcharge of $1.50 plus GST.
Clients logging on with their BC OnLine account will pay through their deposit account. In the future, it may be possible for clients to pay by credit card.
Existing BC OnLine customers may submit some transactions through BC OnLine, including searches and transport permits that do not require a tax certificate.
Otherwise you may choose to use:
- a "qualified supplier" who has signed up and been approved by the Registrar, who may submit some forms electronically on your behalf for a fee; or
- a Service BC Location, for some transactions.
If legal assistance is required for preparing forms, individuals should consult a lawyer.
Security components for MH Online are provided through the BC OnLine system.
For more information, see BC OnLine's security information.