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Land registers in Member States - Netherlands

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This page provides an overview of the Dutch land register.


What information does the Dutch land register contain?

The Link opens in new windowDutch land register is a public authority responsible for the registration of rights and interests relating to immovable property (land and buildings) and its specifications (e.g. size).

Is access to the Dutch land register free of charge?

No, a fee is charged. Visit for up-to-date information about the charges on the website of the Link opens in new windowLand Star.

How to perform searches in the Dutch land register?

Professionals in the Netherlands who have registered with the Dutch cadastre can search through the following search criteria:

  • Name of owner or property of property in relation to the property
  • Address
  • Postcode
  • Cadastral identification number
  • Map
  • Location map
  • Akmer number
  • Property name

All information is given in Dutch and any sums due are invoiced every month.

Registered business users in the European Link opens in new windowLand Information Service can search in the Dutch land register using the following criteria:

  • Address
  • Postcode
  • Cadastral identification number
  • Map
  • Placeholder.

All information is given in English. Any amounts due shall be collected by the land register of the country concerned.

Individuals can search in the Dutch land register using the following criteria:

  • Address
  • Postcode

All information (which is, moreover, more limited than that for business users) is given in Dutch.

History of the Dutch land register

From the date of establishment of the Dutch land register (1832), information is available on all properties.

In the period 1981-1985, the Dutch land register digitised all information that was available at that time. The information is available online from 1985 onwards. The earlier information (1832-1985) is accessible in certain archives via the registry officers.

Related Links

Link opens in new windowEuropean Land Information Service

Link opens in new windowDutch land register


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Last update: 12/12/2019