HOW TO QUCKLY GET A TITLE DEED IN ZAMBIA

31-Aug-2017 | General | Mulele Bwalya | 3 min read

TITLE DEED

OWNING LAND IN ZAMBIA IS EASY BUT THE INFORMATION ON THE PROCEDURES IS VERY SCARCE SO WE HAVE PUT A FULL LIST OF PROCESSES FOR OUR CLIENTS AND THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES TO FOLLOW. PLEASE GO THROUGH AND START APPLYING FOR LAND IN ZAMBIA NOW!! FORWARD TO EVERYONE THAT HAS BEEN TRYING TO GET A TITLE DEED OR LAND IN ZAMBIA (YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT THE SHERWOOD GREENE PROPERTY DOCTOR FOR ANY FURTHER CLARIFICATION OR HELP).



STEPS TO GETTING A TITLE

G.R.Z STANDS

1. Recommendation from the Ministry of Works and Supply;
2. Offer letter from the Ministry of Lands;
3. Acceptance of offer by paying lease charges;
4. Get clearance from Ministry of Finance;
5. Submit survey diagrams;
6. Client to sign lease;
7. Commissioner of Lands to sign lease;
8. Certificate of Title.

G.R.Z FLATS

1. Entire block of flats has to be on title. If not, the clients are to form an association so that they can apply for a block title;
2. If and only if the block is on title:
I. Recommendation from the Ministry of Transport, Works, Supply and Communication
II. Numbering of floor plans at K60, 000. (ensure that the Declaration Certificate is there and the floor of the unit is indicated);
3. Generation of offer letter;
4. Acceptance of offer letter by paying to Ministry of LANDS Natural Resources & Environmental Protection;
5. Get clearance from the Ministry of Finance;
6. Lodgment with Lands and Deeds Department;
7. Certificate of Title.

ORDINARY STAND/LOTS/FARMS

1. Letter of recommendation from the council accompanied by the following attachments
I. Plans Works and Development Committee meeting minutes;
II. Full Council meeting minutes. These minutes should clearly indicate that the PWD minutes were approved and adopted;
III. Annexure ‘A’ or ‘C’ filled in by the client;
IV. Certificate of incorporation if the applicant is an organization;
V. Zambia Development Agency Investment License;
VI. If the property is not numbered, site plans should be submitted with the above documents. The site plans must be stamped by;
• The council
• The Provincial Planning Authority
• The Ministry of Agriculture
2. Numbering of the property;
3. Submission of offer letter;
4. Generation of offer letter;
5. Acceptance of offer by paying Lease Charges;
6. Submit survey diagrams;
7. Client to sign lease;
8. Commissioner of Lands to sign the lease;
9. Lodgment with Lands and Deeds department.
10. Certificate of Title.

TRADITIONAL LAND

1. In addition to the documents in the steps 1 for the ordinary stands;
clients must bring:
I. Site plans stamped by
• The council
• The Provincial Planning Authority
• The Ministry of Agriculture
• The respective Chief
II. Form 1 – filled in by the client
III. Form 2 – filled in by the respective chief with an official stamp from his palace
IV. Form 3 – filled in by the respective council with an official stamp
Then steps 2-10 for ordinary Stands follow


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