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Land Registry

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The Lands Division was established in 2012 and is a result of the Turks & Caicos Government Public Sector Reform Programme.  Its purpose is to ensure that the land resource is used in an efficient and responsible way to achieve the sustainable development of the Islands.

The Lands Division falls under the auspices of the Attorney General’s Chambers and comprises of four main departments; the Crown Land Unit, Survey & Mapping Department, Valuation Department and the Land Registry. By merging the various land functions under a single umbrella it is envisioned that the delivery the services of the various departments will be more efficient.

Vision

Our Vision is to be a modern land management agency that puts customers and quality at the heart of the services offered.

Mission

Our Mission is to facilitate improvement in the quality of life of all Turks and Caicos Islanders through professional, transparent and efficient administration, equitable access, secure tenure and sustainable management of our land resources.

Core Business functions

Each department is established by statue and carries out varying functions.

  1. Land Registry Services
  • registration of land transaction
  • arbitration of land and boundary disputes
  • collection of stamp duty, conveyancing and other land transaction fees/charges
  • Custody, maintenance and updating of
  1. Crown Land Administration and Management Services
  • policy formulation for management and administration of land
  • allocation of Crown land for various purposes
  • approval for extensions of lease, change of user and subdivision schemes
  • processing and issuance of land titles
  • generation and collection of land revenue and other charges
  • documentation and protection of public lands
  • provision of up-to-date land information
  1. Valuation Services
  • policy formulation for management and administration of land
  • provision of valuation of land for assessment of stamp duties,  compensation payable on compulsory acquisition by Government, land sale, rent payable and receivable by Government; and valuation of property for any other purposes.
  1. Survey and Mapping Services
  • policy formulation for management and administration of land
  • maintenance plans for property boundaries in support of the Land Registry
  • maintenance and storage of all survey records.
  • approving all title surveys
  • provision of national geodetic control network
  • provision of title maps
  • maintenance and provision of cadastral and geographical data in digital   form.
  • generation and collection of land revenue and other charges