What does the Swedish land register offer?
The Real Property Register, of which the land register is part, is a multi-purpose national register which provides information on:
- Real property and joint property units
- Administrative divisions
- Location addresses
- Geometric area of the property/cadastral maps
- Mortgages and mortgage deeds
- Easements and usufructs
- Plans and land use regulations
- Ancient monuments
- Land parcelling measures or the like
- Site leasehold rights
- Property taxation information.
The land registry is managed by the Swedish mapping, cadastral and land registration authority (Lantmäteriet).
Is access to the Swedish and register free of charge?
There is no charge for information supplied during personal visits or by phone. Information can also be requested under the principle of access to public documents. There is a charge for electronic access to the register, apart from the Min fastighet (my property) service, which is free.
How to search the Swedish land register
A number of electronic search services are directly available via the Authority's website or via the Authority's agents (who are listed on the Authority's website). Most services require a subscription. Access is via online services or by selection and processing. The Authority's website also offers the service
- Min fastighet (my property), which contains detailed information which is only available to the owner of the property.
It is also possible to access information from other countries via the European Land Information Service EULIS.
History of the Swedish land register
The establishment of the electronic register started in 1970. Full information storage was completed in 1995. The Real Property Register’s technical environment and the means of access to it have been gradually developed. There are plans to introduce a brand new technological platform for the land register. Work in this direction has begun and will continue over the coming years.
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