|پنجاب اراضی ریکارڈ سینٹر|
|Website||Punjab Land Records Authority|
Punjab Land Records Authority (reporting name: PLRA) is the Punjab Government's agency that is responsible for land registration. It was established under the administrative control of the Board of Revenue to replace the Patwari culture in Punjab.
The Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) was created in 2002 by the government of Punjab, Pakistan. It was set up to provide citizens with a secure, reliable and accurate land record system. The PLRA was created to address the growing need for accurate and up-to-date land ownership records in the province. The PLRA maintains a database of land records, including ownership records, boundary lines, and other important information. It also provides a range of services, such as online land registration, land transfer, and dispute resolution. The PLRA is committed to providing a transparent, efficient, and secure land record system and has developed a number of initiatives over the years to ensure that all stakeholders have access to accurate land records.
- "Revenue assistants to replace patwaris in Punjab". The Nation. Retrieved 2018-01-17.