The Land Court is a specialized division of the High Court and was constructed by the Government of Ghana in 2008. The Court was inaugurated on 30th October 2008.
The full automation of this building was provided with funding from Phase One of the Land Administration Project (LAP-1).
The Land Court building at the Headquarters of the Judicial Service of Ghana also accommodates the Economic Crimes (Financial Court), the Human Rights Court and the Industrial (Labour) Court. The Administrator of the Commercial Court and a Registrar have oversight responsibility for the daily operative machinery of the Court. The Court is semi-autonomous and receive subvention for the running for the Courts.
In January 2013, the second Ghana Land Administration Project provided funding for the procurement of eight (8) sets of transcription and court recording systems to replace those previously procured under LAP-1. These equipment have been installed and currently in operation.