Changes due to COVID-19
In response to the current situation, Land Agents Licensing has taken the following actions to ensure the health and safety of Albertans, and to continue to provide delivery of service:
- All in-person service at Land Agents Licensing Office is suspended until further notice.
- License applications should be submitted to Land Agents Licensing via email.
- Application fees should be made electronically through the Government of Alberta eServices Payment Gateway.
- Application processing times may increase as it may take additional time to review and approve licenses.
- All Land Agent Licensing Examinations are suspended until further notice.
Learn more about changes due to COVID-19 (PDF, 66 KB)
Contact Land Agents Licensing at 780-415-4600 or via email: [email protected] if you need information or wish to discuss your land agent license or your application. Watch this space for further updates.
The Land Agent Advisory Committee provides recommendations to the Minister of Labour and Immigration or the Registrar of Land Agents on:
- qualifications of applicants for licences
- standards of conduct for land agents
- other matters requested by the Minister or the Registrar
The Land Agent Advisory Committee is established under section 23 of the Land Agents Licensing Act.
The Land Agent Advisory Committee is comprised of the Registrar and between 8 to 12 committee members appointed by the Minister of Labour and Immigration.
At least 4 members are licensed land agents and at least 4 members are owners. One of the members is designated by the Minister of Labour and Immigration as the chair and the Registrar acts as secretary to the Committee.
The term served by a member of the Land Agent Advisory Committee cannot exceed 3 years and no member can be appointed for more than 2 consecutive terms.
View current membership: Public agency member biographies.
View contact information: Land Agent Advisory Committee Members (PDF, 74 KB).
This document is available in the Open Government Portal:
These documents are also available by searching the list of public agencies:
- mandate and roles
- code of conduct
Public sector bodies are required to post online the names and compensation paid to:
- all committee members
- employees who earn over a threshold amount (see Public sector body compensation disclosure)
This is a requirement under the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act. The postings are required by June 30 each year and will be maintained for 5 years.
Compensation disclosure file
Download the compensation disclosure for the Land Agent Advisory Committee (CSV, 4 KB).