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Land Registry in China

Land Registry in China

Updated on Tuesday 18th July 2017

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The Bureau of Real Estate Registration in China, under the supervision of the Ministry of Land and Resources, is responsible for land registration in China. This authority drafts and implements the regulations regarding land management and issuing special certificates for land use in China. A national real estate registry system is expected to be implemented in China and it will play a key role in property rights protection, property taxes collection and many others. Our law firm in China handles property transaction cases and can help you if you are interested in land registry in China and property purchase. Besides that, you can request details about the rules and regulations in this matter or about how to set up a company in China.
 

The Chinese Property Law

 
The Chinese Property Law regulates the purchase of land in China. Foreigners who want to buy a property in China need to satisfy certain conditions in order to be deemed eligible. For example, they have to stay for at least one year in the country before making any real estate transaction. Moreover, according to Chinese law, foreigners cannot buy land in China because the land is state owned.
 
An individual who has purchased a property in China must research the property at the Land Registry in order to obtain information about the existing property rights and encumbrances. The buyer can obtain copies of the land and building registration documents. When a real estate transaction is made in China, any title transfer is registered at the Land Registry. At this stage, a new ownership certificate is issued for the property.
 
Our Chinese lawyers can help you submit all the necessary documentation at the Land Registry in China. Moreover, we can give you additional information about the associated costs.
 

The land registration system in China

 
In China, the registration of land and real estate are separate. The owner must register the two at different authorities and obtain two different certificates of registration. The national property registry was implemented at the beginning of this year in China aiming the nationwide property registry and a platform for information management.
 

The simplified registration procedures in China

 
A person interested in purchasing a property or a land can apply for an objection regarding the rights to use those assets. According to the rules related to the land registration in China, an inspection is necessary when a house or land registration is about to take place. The procedures, in this case, have been simplified and the authorities can choose not to proceed with this kind of inspection, making the registration process an easier one. Besides that, the future owners of land in China can obtain certificates where information about the space around the land will be mentioned, in order to make a clear idea about their rights, avoiding possible litigations.
 

Shared information about the real estate registration in China

 
The real estate registration system in China contains information which can be accessed on request by those interested in buying assets in the country. The relevant authorities can offer transaction details regarding the land registry in areas like agriculture, maritime, construction or forests. Furthermore, the unified real estate registration system in China can be accessed by the police, the financial or the civil affairs and to provide complete information for future buyers.
 
For more information about the Chinese real estate market and real estate due diligence services, you can contact our law firm in China.
 
 

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