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KenyaLandRegistry.com (“KLR”) is NOT a government service. This is a free, private sector initiative seeking to reduce fraud in the property market. KLR has the following aims:
1. To protect land owners by helping you publicise your ownership of your land. This deters fraudsters from selling your land using falsified documents (e.g. fake titles, fake ID cards). Any unsuspecting buyer trying to buy your land can quickly find your contact details here and get in touch with you directly.
2. To protect land buyers. Before buying land you can check on KLR and get the contact details of the person claiming to be the owner. KLR acts as an additional due diligence step to help you get the contact details of the people claiming to be the owners of the land. KLR cannot replace an official land title search at the Ministry of Lands. KLR is however useful in the event that a fake titles or a fake ID is being used, and other events in which an official search at the Ministry of Lands might not help.
3. Helps people with title documents to the same land contact each other, meet and resolve the problem. Many people in Kenya have title documents to the same property and only learn about it much later. By searching KLR using your land reference number, you can get the contact details of other people who, unknowingly or otherwise, have the same title documents as you.
No man but feels more of a man in the world if he have a bit of ground that he can call his own. However small it is on the surface, it is four thousand miles deep; and that is a very handsome property. ~Charles Dudley Warner