Transaction Workflow

The Assistant Registrar:

Receiving / Preparing the documents / Auditing the documents / Registering the transaction in both the manual and automated journal / Calculating the fees / Preparing and printing out the invoices, and transmitting the transaction to the Secretary once payment is made at the MoF cash register, or at the bank.

The Secretary:

Receiving and registering the real estate and administrative transactions, then distributing them to the employees after being authenticated by the registrar.

The Registrar:

Reviewing the contracts and documents / Making a decision / Registering the decision on the transaction before transmitting it to the data entry clerk through the secretary.

The Data Entry Clerk:

Registering entries on the manual and automated title register, providing affidavits, registering the delivery of title deeds, registration certificates, etc, and transmitting the registered transactions to the assistant registrar for authentication and final signature.

The Assistant Registrar:

Signing and authenticating the title registers’ transactions / reviewing, authenticating and signing the entries made on the title registers and computer.

The Data Entry Clerk:

Delivering the title deeds and registration certificates, etc, to the concerned persons.

The Real Estate Judge:

The individual real estate judges supervise the drafting and demarcation of the unsurveyed real estates located in districts and governorates and their fixed assets. Furthermore, they receive objections and inquiries for due decision within deadlines.

The real estate judge has the authority to monitor the work of the surveying teams and the legality of the demarcation works. Moreover, she/he shall conduct inspection visits to make sure that work is done properly, give necessary instructions when there are some problems, and prepare relevant reports to be submitted to the Director General of Land Registry and Cadastre. She/He is also responsible for reconstructing the lost title registers of all Lebanese regions (except Beirut) in a judicial way.


The additional real estate judge is in charge of:

- In Beirut: The reconstruction of lost title registers through judiciary ways.

- In all Lebanese regions: The interpretation of the decisions made by the real estate judge upon the request of the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre and the registrar. He is in charge for making the decision to correct the entries and maps when necessary.

- The annexation and subdivision works decided by the State.