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Requisition of Land Information
How do I find out the particulars of the owner of a HDB flat?
You can find out the particulars of the owner of the HDB flat by applying for "Image of HDB Leases" in
. The photocopy of the Lease will show the name of the owner and any encumbrances affecting the property. As Leases are not available in digital format, SLA will send a hardcopy to you by fax. You can also request for it to be delivered by post.
What information can you obtain from a land-register?
The Land-register provides information on:
Whether it is freehold or leasehold or others
Land area of the property
The name(s) of the registered owners
The legal arrangement by which the registered owners own the property (eg, Joint tenants or Tenants in common)
The addresses for service of legal notices on the registered owners
Whether there are legal interests (eg, Mortgages, CPF Charges) affecting the property
I lost the title deed for my HDB flat a few years back and I have not applied for a new one. Will I be able to get a photocopy for my records?
Yes, you can apply for a copy via
. As Leases are not available in digital format, a hardcopy will be sent to you by fax or alternatively, you can request for it to be delivered to you by post. Please contact INLIS Helpdesk at 6238 9353 if you require assistance.
As a photocopy of Lease is not a document of title, it cannot be used for registration purpose. If you need the Lease for registration purpose, you will have to apply for the issue of a Subsidiary Certificate of Title (SCT). Please engage a lawyer or check with HDB on the Application for SCT.
Who can make searches on the land-register?
Anyone who is interested in the property such as potential buyers, lawyers acting for interested parties (eg, buyers, banks, CPF Board) and financial institutions who may be considering extending loan facilities.
Why is the Land Register open for searches by anyone?
The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) maintains a public land-register in accordance with the Land Titles Act. This land register is the authoritative record on the ownership of all properties registered under the Act in Singapore.
Section 161 of the Act provides that any person may, upon payment of a prescribed fee, have access to the land-register for the purpose of inspection and search. Through this search, a person may obtain land and ownership information of the property he is interested in. However, he can only conduct this search if he provides SLA with the property's address (or the property's Lot number and Mukim/Town Subdivision number) and pays the requisite fees. The information that is made available to him is part of the public record of the property that he has identified.
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Last Update : 01 July 2013
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