The Department of Land Administration of the Federal Capital Territory Administration is a statutory body created in 1979 and charged with the responsibility of administration, control and management of land in the FCT.
General administration of all land within the FCT.
Implementation of Government policies and programs as it affects land in the FCT.
Processing of applications for allocation.
Preparation and Issuance of Rights of Occupancy.
Preparation and Issuance of Certificates of Occupancy.
Registration and Management of land titles and documents affecting land in the FCT.
Generation of revenues from premium and other land charges.
Secretariat for Land Use and Allocation Committee
To have a robust and efficient Land Administration System that ensures adequate security of titles.
To ensure registration and issuance of statutory titles for all lands within the territory inclusive of Federal Government Items.
To build a working environment for healthy professionalism that enthrones best practices.
To offer professional services to individuals, Government and Corporate bodies as well as FCTA Agencies.
To boost the revenue base of Government through effective and foolproof system of revenue generation and collection.
General Land Services Division/Unit
Land Registry Division
Estate Services Division
Area Council Division
Land Use and Allocation Committee (LUAC) Secretariat
Admin and Finance