List of steps
(Total number of steps: 15)
Obtain certificate of postal land search  (3)
Obtain land transfer documents  (3)
Obtain valuation for stamp duty  (3)
Stamp duty payment  (3)
Land registration  (3)

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Summary of the procedure
 

Where to go? (4)

You will have to go to the following agencies. The number indicates how many interactions are required with each entity.
Deputy County Commissioner's office (x 2)
1 13
Deputy County Commissioner's office
Ministry of lands Office (x 7)
2 3 7 8 9 12 14
Ministry of lands Office
Advocate
4
Advocate
Seller's advocate (x 2)
5 6
Seller's advocate

What you will get (3)

The objective of the procedure is to obtain those documents.
Postal search
3
Postal search
Stamp duty payment invoice
11
Stamp duty payment invoice
Franked Transfer instrument
12

Required documents 

The documents with green band will be provided to you during the procedure.

Postal search application form
1
PIN certificate (x 2)
1 2
PIN certificate
Identity card (x 3)
1 2 10
Identity card
Title document (x 2)
1 2
Title document
Payment receipt
2
Stamped application form
3
Stamped application form
Request letter
5
Request letter
Valuation requisition for stamp duty form
7
Transfer document
7
Route sketch
7
Route sketch
Passport photo
10
Passport photo
Company PIN
11
Company PIN
Stamp duty payment invoice
12
Stamp duty payment invoice

How much?

Estimated cost of the procedure  KES  1,050

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Cost detail

Estimate your cost

KES 500
For postal search
KES 50
Convenience fee for using ecitizen portal
4 % Valuation amount
- KES 0
For stamp duty for urban land
0
2 % Valuation amount
- KES 0
For stamp duty for rural land
0
KES 500
For land registration.

How long ?

The estimated total time is calculated by adding the time spent: 1) waiting in queue, 2) at the counter and 3) between steps.
  Min. Max.
Total time (sum): 5 d 15 d
of which:
Waiting time in queue (sum): 15mn 1h. 15mn
Attention at counter: 1h. 10mn 2h. 50mn
Waiting time until next step (sum): 5 d 15 d

Legal justification?

The regulations which justify the procedure and its content
Advocates Act Advocates Act
  Sections 9, 34, 35 ,  articles 9, 34, 35
Advocates Remuneration Order 2014 Advocates Remuneration Order 2014
  Article Schedule 1
Land Registration Act Land Registration Act
  Section  26
Stamp Duty Act Stamp Duty Act
  Sections 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 19, 20, 23
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