Punjab Land Records Authority

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Punjab Land Records Authority (PLRA)
پنجاب اراضی ریکارڈ سینٹر
Agency overview
Formed2017; 6 years ago (2017)
JurisdictionPunjab, Pakistan
Agency executives
  • Chairman
  • Sohail Ashraf Goraya, Director General
WebsitePunjab 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.[1]


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.


  1. ^ "Revenue assistants to replace patwaris in Punjab". The Nation. Retrieved 2018-01-17.