PURPOSE: This paper evaluated the land title registration processes in Osun state, Nigeria, with a view to advancing suggestions towards improving the registration of land titles.

DESIGN/METHODOLOGY: The study employed a combination of purposive and stratified sampling technique to obtain data from five (5) land officials and five hundred and twenty (520) land title registration applicants in Osun State, Nigeria between 2004 and 2014 time period.

FINDINGS: The study found that the registration of land titles follows a 14 stage procedure. However, the requirements vary for each category of land titles. Also, the processes were found to be clumsy and cumbersome.

LIMITATIONS: The study only focused on the processes and procedures of land title registration in the study area.

PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS: The study has implications for land administration practice in the study area.

ORIGINALITY: The study extends literature on land title registration activities in emerging African economies.