SLA Property Ownership Search

Land under the Land Titles system is referred to as registered or titles land. Registered or titles land are lands with titles issued.
Singapore is divided into Survey Districts. Each Survey District is further subdivided into smaller land parcels known as “Lots”. Each “Lot” is assigned a number by the Chief Surveyor. The Registry’s records are based on the Survey District and lot numbers for the land parcel e.g. MK18 Lot 99279M.


To make a search, you need the Lot Number and the Survey District Number or the Title Number of the Property.

You may also conduct a search using a property address. Records of property addresses are not maintained by the Registry but have been incorporated into our system for your reference. You are therefore cautioned to check the property address with the lot number to ensure that the match is correct before proceeding with your search.

If the property address and the lot number do not correlate, you may make a search of the plans filed with the survey division to obtain the lot and survey district number of the property. Please refer to the quick guide on Land Titles Search.


You may search via our Integrated Land Information Service (INLIS) (refer to guide) which allows you to obtain map and /or textual land information. Some of the information available include:

  • Property Title Information
  • Property Title Information with Survey Map
  • Property Ownership Information
  • Land Information – Lot Particulars

The search fees can be paid by either by Debit/Credit card or by NETS GIRO. No subscription fee is required for the service.


Most Registry’s records on private properties are computerised. However, if the property you are interested in is not available online, please visit our Registry at 55 Newton Road #12-01 Revenue House Singapore 307987 to conduct a manual search.

You should then fill in the Request Form available at the counter with the Title volume and folio numbers or the registration number of the document requested and submit it to our Officer.

There is only one original Title. Please help us by completing your search quickly as there may be others waiting in line.

You are not allowed to copy any particulars from the Title or other related documents. A photocopying service is provided by the Registry. If the documents have been microfilmed, you can request for micrographics at the Registry.

After your search or when the Title or documents is required by the Counter Officer, please return the Title or document to the Counter Officer.


If the property you are searching on is unregistered land, you will first need to obtain a “Lot particulars” search. The “Lot Particulars” search will show:

  • The Index to Land Books reference; and
  • The Index to Caveat Books reference.

You can then obtain the printout of the above by making a request via INLIS.

If the transactions registered against the lot are not sufficient for a 15-year title search, you should ask for a “Lot History” printout.

The “Lot History” printout will trace the history of the subdivision and amalgamation of the lot and will include the relevant Index to Land Books and Index to Caveat Books references.

While the earlier Index to Land Books and Index to Caveat Books have been imaged and can be obtained via INLIS, the current Index to Land Books and Index to Caveat Books are available for self-service search at the Customer Service Centre at 55 Newton Road #12-01 Revenue House Singapore 307987.

Our officer on duty will be glad to assist you should you encounter any difficulty.

Property owners can now access free information on their property on the Singapore Land Authority’s new online service, MyProperty. The online service is available at and members of the public need their SingPass to log in.

Accordingly, how do I find out who owns a private property in Singapore?


  1. For HDB flats please login to and go to “MY HDB Page” use the Owner’s IC and Sing Pass Number to check the Flat details.
  2. Any HDB Letter under the particular property to show as proof.

Furthermore, how do I find my property details online?

  1. Visit official Property record site of particular state.
  2. To find out property details select the year, district and enter the name of the village.
  3. Enter Property number SurveyNo./CTSNo./MilkatNo./GatNo./PlotNo.
  4. Click on Search and property record will be displayed on the screen.

In this regard, how can I check who is the owner of a property?

  1. Go to the Registry of Deeds website for the state and county where your mystery property is located.
  2. Perform a property search. Enter the street number and street address of the mystery property in the appropriate fields.
  3. Select the most recent deed on file.

How do I find the land size of my property?

Visit the county recorder’s office or the assessor’s office. Ask what maps are available for public viewing that include your neighborhood and street. Request a copy of any maps that show clear dimensions of your property lines. Use the maps for reference when measuring your property’s total boundary line on each side.