We safeguard the land ownership and credit system by maintaining information about mortgages and registrations of title to property as well as other property information in our registers. A cadastral survey is the means of forming new properties, defining the dimensions of a property and changing rights related to properties.
We provide services for property owners
A real property unit or property is called a plot when it is located in an area covered by a local detailed plan. Outside such areas, a property is often called a holding (for example, a forest holding). A real property unit consists of the area of land within its boundaries, its shares in joint property units and any easements benefitting the property, such as rights of way.
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How to find out the property identifier
The property identifier is the key to information about the real property unit. Find out what it is before contacting us.
Who owns this property unit?
To find out who owns a property, you must know its property identifier.
Register your ownership of a property
Register your ownership of a property by applying for a pro forma registration of title.
Apply for a mortgage
If you want to use your property or leasehold as security for a loan, you need to apply for a mortgage.
Order extracts and certificates
From the National Land Survey you can order extracts and certificates that are needed when buying or selling property.
Property Transaction Service
You can convey your own property, apply for mortgages or a transfer of electronic mortgage deeds.
Statistical information on real estate transactions
Browse property purchase prices.
When to apply for a cadastral survey?
A cadastral survey is the means of forming new properties, defining the dimensions of a property and changing rights related to properties.