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Lands Ministry goes digital

Anyone wishing to perform a land transaction at the Nairobi Land Registry will from tomorrow be required to access the services online as the Ministry of Lands goes fully digital in Nairobi.

The last documents that the registry will process manually will be those received before the close of business today before President Uhuru Kenyatta launches the system on Tuesday.

This comes as the Ministry is set to close its Nairobi Registries for a day to allow it to shift operations online dubbed Lands Information Management System (LIMS).

In an advert in the local dailies, Lands Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney stated that the closure comes after the successful completion of LIMS and it was to give way for the migration of the digital platform in the city registry.

“The system is now complete for the management of land records and transactional services as an anchor for efficient, secure, and transparent operations in the lands sector,” she said.

Once the system goes live, Ardhi House will no longer accept manual land documents at the Nairobi Registry as they will do away with manual land transactions. The city registry will also close all its manual registers.

Services that move online include Transfer of Ownership, Issuance of Consent, Valuation requests, Payment and Issuance of Land Rent Clearance Certificates.

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Ardhi House Farida Karoney Nairobi


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