Land Registration and Survey

In the 1960s, an initial land survey has begun in Afghanistan, and over the course of the recent decade 34 percent of the country's land is surveyed, but the political changes during the last decade have caused the issue of state land survey to be stopped.

With the establishment of the State Land Bank, the Afghanistan Land Authority – ARAZI has once again started survey of the state-owned land and public properties under state institutions use, using the state-of-the-art technology throughout the country.

This process improves the level of government and applicant institutions' access to land information, provides the basis for implementation of government policy and planning plans, attracting private sector investment, fair distribution of land to eligible persons, preventing usurping of state land, and effective use of state-owned land for better purposes in the country.