The Nepal Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Ministry has now extended its online services to 10 more land revenue offices across the country.
In an attempt to organize the process of land transaction in Nepal, the Ministry has further expanded its online services, accounting for a total of 47 land revenue outlets in Nepal including Kathmandu Valley.
Four months earlier, the Ministry had started with online services for 37 land revenue offices.
According to Land Management Minister Padma Aryal, the online system will include around 75 percent of land transactions from across the country, ensuring fast, prompt and quality services in terms of land management.
As per the service, landowners’ details will be recorded on the system, which will also maintain finger prints of buyers and sellers.
This setup will reduce the need for the physical presence of service seekers & providers and will secure land owners from potential threats such as fraud.
According to the Land Management Ministry Secretary Gopinath Mainali, the system will be rolled out in all the 131 land revenue offices across the country to end the malpractices in land administration.