The primary purpose of a land administration system (LAS) is the registration of legal or other formal relations of persons to land. Besides its primary purpose, land administration system can and should also serve as a basis for land management and land governance. Unfortunately, land administration systems are rarely able to fulfill additional requirements, even in the developed countries. This project aims at finding what needs to be done in order to transform a traditional land administration system into a modern multipurpose land administration system (MLAS), which can efficiently support land governance. Such a transformation can be done by improving two aspects of a LAS, its efficiency and its usability. Under efficiency we consider the ability of a LAS to update its data quickly whilst ensuring the consistency and correctness thereof. Even more important that its efficiency, is the usability of a LAS.