To apply for a title deed in Kenya, follow the steps below:
Obtain a copy of the land survey map from the Ministry of Lands. This can be done by visiting the Ministry of Lands or through their online portal.
Conduct a search at the Ministry of Lands to confirm that the land has no encumbrances or legal disputes. This search can be done online or at the Ministry of Lands offices.
Fill in the application forms for the title deed, which are available at the Ministry of Lands or can be downloaded from their website.
Attach all necessary documents, including the land survey map, the search results, and the application fee.
Submit the application to the Ministry of Lands, either physically or through their online portal.
Wait for the Ministry of Lands to process the application, which can take several weeks or months depending on the workload.
Once the application is approved, pay the required fees and collect the title deed from the Ministry of Lands.
It is important to note that the process of applying for a title deed in Kenya can be complex and time-consuming. It is advisable to seek the services of a qualified land surveyor or lawyer to assist with the process.