The International Lunar Lands Authority (ILLA) is tasked with administering and allocating real property located on Luna, Earth’s Moon, and registering ownership claims to properties on the Moon on behalf of individuals and business entities around the world.
The International Lunar Lands Registry (ILLR, also commonly known as The Lunar Registry) is the public’s interface with ILLA, allowing a simplified and streamlined process for individuals, small groups and business entities to register their claims to ownership of property on the Moon. Qualified corporate and institutional entities should contact ILLR directly to register ownership claims to more extensive property blocks on the Moon. (There is currently a limit of ten acres per online purchase per ownership entity – individual or business – via the ILLR website.)
In addition, certain individuals, organizations and business entities are restricted from registering property ownership due to international regulations or previous violations. A list of those entities restricted from Lunar property ownership is maintained by ILLR at their facilities in London and New York.
Fulfillment (order entry, printing and shipping) of property documents for clients around the world is performed for ILLR under contract by an independent division of Luna Society International (LSI) based in California. LSI retains a nominal fee for each transaction it handles.