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{{Norway-sidebar}} {| width="100%" cellspacing="10" cellpadding="5" style="border-right: rgb(187,179,190) 1px solid; border-top: rgb(187,179,190) 1px solid; background: rgb(245,250,240) 0% 10%; border-left: rgb(187,179,190) 1px solid; border-bottom: rgb(187,179,190) 1px solid; moz-background-clip: -moz-initial; moz-background-origin: -moz-initial; moz-background-inline-policy: -moz-initial" class="FCK__ShowTableBorders"|-| <big>[[Norway Genealogy|'''''Norway''''']] </big>''<big>== Land and Property</big>'' ==
<br>Land records generally start in the 1700s. These records contain information about [[Norway:Deeds|real estate conveyances, mortgages]], [[Norway: Cottager Contracts|contracts]], agreements, deeds, leases of land, and auction sales [[Norway: Pension Contracts|Pension contracts]] show the inheritance of property from one generation to the next. Land records often reveal family information, such as the name of a spouse, heir, and other relatives. From land records you may learn where people lived previously, their occupations, and other clues for further research. Sometimes you will find information about entire families.
== '''Land Records Online''' ==
Arkivverket has launched a new service at the Digitalarkivet Website. Land record indexes and land records are now on the internet: [ Digitsed Real Estate Registers.] A description, in English, of how to use these registers is also found on this page.

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