The legal description of a parcel is used to pinpoint a specific property. In some documents, you will need both the street address and legal description.
In Quebec, you can easily find legal descriptions online in a few quick steps. There is also an alternate method for properties in Montreal. All you need to know is the street address of your property. The steps to perform an online title search can be found here.
Parcels Anywhere in Quebec
For parcel searches for anywhere in Quebec, visit the website, Licence d'utilisation - Infolot. Accept the terms and conditions, and proceed to the map. In map view, search the address or other information you have available in the search box on the top right corner of the map. Alternatively, zoom in to the specific parcel on the map and click it.
The Legal Description in Quebec is the cadastre number, which will be displayed in the information box for the selected parcel.
Parcels In Montreal
For an alternate method for parcel searches in Montreal, visit the website: Consultation du rôle d'évaluation foncière - Montréal. Select Search by Address.
Input required search information.
View Legal Description of the parcel. This is also know as the cadastre number.
You can also find your legal description by visiting a land register in your city, by reviewing the property deed, or by contacting a legal service to assist you.
If you are looking to sell your property on your own, you can use LegalDeeds' DIY real estate contracts.