Personal Property Search
The Personal Property Registries for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nunavit and the Northwest Territories are accessible thorugh the Atlantic Canada Online (ACOL) gateway. ACOL is transforming the way provincial governments in Atlantic Canada do business with their clients.
This service offers electronic access to government databases from your home or office.
You can quickly retrieve, search, update and register information needed for critical decision-making, or for legislative compliance purposes.
Doing business with government has never been easier or more efficient
Professionals in law offices, government offices, real estate firms, banking institutions, automobile dealers, commercial organizations, and individuals can use the service to quickly retrieve and register information for critical decisions or complying with legislative requirements
This is an exciting new on-line information service that has the potential to provide electronic access to a wide variety of government information that is maintained by the four provincial governments of Atlantic Canada. It utilizes the latest electronic commerce technology adhering to stringent standards for security and confidentiality. It offers a convenient, single-point of access to public information from your remote personal computer or the client-activated workstations located in participating government departments. Unlike many other services, ACOL has the ability to submit information for registration purposes in addition to the simple retrieval of data. Doing business with government is easier and more efficient than ever before!
Changes To Fees
This document provides the rationale supporting changes to fees, associated revenue information, and the legal authority:
2011 SNB Registration and Search.pdf
Unless otherwise specified, Fees exclude the harmonized sales tax (HST).
|Fee Description||Rate in $||Effective Date|
|Search (per search)||10.00||2016-02-15|
|Demand for Information under Section 18 of the Act||2016-02-15|
|Demand for information under Section 64 of the Act||1995-04-18|