You can order the following extracts and certificates from the National Land Survey:
- Certificate of title
- Certificate of mortgages and encumbrances
- Extract from the cadastre
- Extract from the cadastral index map
- Certificate of leasehold
- Right-of-use unit extract
- Extract from the Official purchase price register.
In addition to the National Land Survey, extracts and certificates are available from municipalities and Local Register Offices.
How to order an extract
- Find out the property identifier.
Extracts and certificates are subject to a charge. To order an extract, complete our order form. There is no right of return for extracts and certificates.
You can view information about your property free of charge in the National Land Survey's e-service (in Finnish). You can buy extracts concerning your property at the NLS E-Service.
Please note that extracts are available in Finnish and Swedish.
Choose the right extract or certificate
Different situations require different extracts or certificates. Select the extract you need from the following alternatives.
Certificate of title
The ownership information of a real property unit is shown on the certificate of title. A certificate of title can be ordered for a real property unit (property) or an unseparated parce. The certificate of title shows the last mortgage that has been granted to the property or unseparated parcel.
Certificate of mortgages and encumbrances
The certificate of mortgages and encumbrances shows the mortgages, special rights and annotations (such as enforcement) that concern the property.
In addition, the certificate of mortgages and encumbrances shows basic information about the property or unseparated parcel, such as property identifier, registration date and area.
Extract from the cadastre
The extract from the cadastre contains basic information about the property such as the property identifier, registration date and area.
In addition, the extract contains information about the formation of the cadastral unit, master and local detailed plans, easements, rights-of-use and shares in jointly-owned areas.
Extract from the cadastral index map
The extract from the cadastral index map may be needed as an appendix to some applications or documents. On the extract from the cadastral index map, the property is emphasised.
Certificate of leasehold
The leaseholder of a property is shown on the certificate of lease. To place an order for an extract, you need the establishment identifier from the lease invoice.
The certificate of lease shows the most recently registered leaseholder in the title and mortgage register.
Right-of-use unit extract
The right-of-use unit extract shows rights-of-way and other easements. The name of the private road maintenance association as well as the private road identification number and contact information (if submitted), in addition to a list of properties that are adjacent to the road are shown on the right-of-use unit extract.
Extract from the Official purchase price register
From the Official purchase price register, you can order price information concerning an individual property. If the buyer or seller is a physical person, his or her personal information is not shown on the extract.