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Requirement for Deemed grants on privately acquired Lands are as follows:-


             Application Form duly completed and sworn to

             Land Information Certificate

             Receipt for Land Information fee

             Copy of tax clearance Certificate (individual)

             Copy of Certificate of incorporation/registration (for companies)

             Copy of company income tax clearance certificate

             Copy of tax clearance certificate of 2 directors of the company

             Site location Sketch

             Copy of approved building plan (if developed)

             Photographs of the Site

             A copy of publication relating to the processing of the Deemed Grant

             Evidence of payments

  •    publication fee- N20,000.00
  •    8% of application rate in the location (subject to the minimum of


  •    Application Form- N5,000.00

                             Covering letter stating all submitted documents addressed to the

                             Executive Secretary, Land use & Allocation Committee must be

                             attached to the completed application form upon submission.


Requirements for Regularization of title on Federal Government Grant in Lagos State


             Formal letter addressed to the Executive Secretary, Land Use and  Allocation

              Committee Block 13 Room 4, Lands Bureau, the Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja

             Standard allocation form (FREE)

             Purchase Receipt

             Passport Photographs

             Tax Clearance Certificate of the applicant

             Development Levy

             In case of Company, two Directors Tax Clearance Certificates and

              Development Levy receipts

             Survey Plan

             All payment receipts of land Charges

             Certified True Copy of the root of title




Stage 1            Applicant submits application for regularization to the

                        Directorate of Land Regularization for processing.


Stage 2            The Directorate of Land Regularization will chart the survey

                        plan and thereafter carryout site inspection of the land


Stage 3            If the report of inspection is approved, the Directorate of Land

                        Regularization further process by raising a demand notice for

                        necessary payment.


Stage 4            Upon payment of necessary Land Charges evidenced by

                        treasury receipt, the Directorate of Land Regularization

                        prepares the letter of allocation for processing the 

                        Certificate of Occupancy and forward same to the Executive

                        Secretary, Land Use and Allocation Directorate for

                        endorsement and thereafter release to the applicant.


Stage 5            The applicant’s file containing the Certificate of Occupancy is

                        sent through the Permanent Secretary to the Hon. Attorney

                        General and Commissioner for Justice for Endorsement.


Stage 6            The Certificate of Occupancy is further processed for stamp

                        duty and registration and released to the applicant.

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