This section provides you with an overview of Malta's land register.
What does the Maltese land register offer?
The electronic register of the Maltese Land Registry Department is only accessible to Land Registry employees and members of two other government departments who have read-only rights.
The information contained in the register does not yet cover the whole of the Maltese Islands and is still being compiled, with the possibility of being provided online in the future. However, clients may request searches of the register by completing the relevant form. General queries can also be addressed to the Director of the Malta Land Registry, Casa Bolino, 116 West Street, Valletta VLT 1535.
You can also call on +35621239777 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is access to the Maltese land register free of charge?
No access to the Maltese land register is subject to a payment. Each search costs €4.66.
How to search the Maltese land register
Clients may request searches of the register by completing the relevant form.
History of the Maltese land register
The register was created pursuant to the Land Registration Act, Cap. 296 of the Laws of Malta in 1982.
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Last update: 26/03/2020