Res­i­dents of Kam­pung Pe­nan Mus­lim Batu 10 told to re­quest for land ti­tle

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RES­I­DENTS of Kpg Pe­nan Mus­lim Batu 10 in Bin­tulu with­out land ti­tles should come for­ward to the Land and Sur­vey Depart­ment to re­quest for one.

As­sis­tant Min­is­ter of Ur­ban Plan­ning, Land Ad­min­is­tra­tion and En­vi­ron­ment Datu Len Talif Salleh said this at the State Leg­isla­tive Assem­bly yes­ter­day when re­spond­ing to a ques­tion by Ma­jang Renggi ( BN- Sa­malaju).

“For those who have not yet had land ti­tle is­sued yet, they should come for­ward and re­quest for one. And once they re­quest, they will be given one out shortly as their houses al­ready ex­ist on the land.”

He ex­plained that the land at Kpg Pe­nan Mus­lim Batu 10 had al­ready been sur­veyed and di­vided into 322 res­i­den­tial lots and that 186 land ti­tles had al­ready been is­sued and handed over to own­ers un­der Sec­tion 18 of the State Land Code.

For other res­i­dents of Bin­tulu Divi­sion with miss­ing land ti­tles for their res­i­dences, Len Talif ad­vised them to di­rectly con­tact the Land and Sur­vey of­fice to dis­cuss and re­solve the own­er­ship of their land.

Re­spond­ing to an­other ques­tion raised by Ma­jang re­gard­ing the sta­tus of lots 71, 382, 619 and 382 in Bin­tulu, Len Talif ex­plained that the lots in ques­tion had ei­ther been clas­si­fied as state land or NCR land.

“The lots 71, 382, 619 and 382 stated are likely to re­fer to Lot 71 Block 33, Lot 384 Block 33, Lot 619 and Lot 382 Block 27 from the Ke­mena land district re­spec­tively. Lot 71, 382 and 619 are reg­is­tered as state land while lot 382 is one of the res­i­den­tial lots that have been mea­sured through a tra­di­tional vil­lage mea­sure­ment pro­gramme for a Mus­lim vil­lage.

“There­fore, the sta­tus of this land is sub­ject to NCR rights.”

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