This section provides you with an overview of the land register of Northern Ireland.
What does the land register of Northern Ireland offer?
Land & Property Services Northern Ireland provides content on the rules, regulations and guidance that govern the operation of the various registers.
The service provides:
- Search facilities
- Owner name and charges affecting property
- A facility that allows you to download and print information held in the register.
Is access to the land register of Northern Ireland free of charge?
Yes, access to content is free of charge. Users who wish to access search facilities must register for the service and are, in most instances, required to pay fees.
How to search the land register of Northern Ireland
Search facilities include access to maps of title, title extent and title documentation. This database includes owner names and any charges affecting property.
E-registration facilities allow registered users to fill out various registration forms, calculate fees and submit information electronically
History of the land register of Northern Ireland
The land registry came into existance in 1891, prior to that date ownership of land was recorded in the Registry of Deeds, which was established in 1706. Land and Protpery Services administers three registires: the land registry, deeds registry and statutory charge registry.
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Last update: 28/03/2017