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Land Law Question 3

Differences
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Hazwan Azreen

on 24 November 2013

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Transcript of Land Law Question 3

Land Law I ( Tutorial )
Question 3
Jamil seeks your advice on the differences between a “registry title” and a “land office title” as stipulated under the National Land Code 1965. Advise him.
Section 77 of NLC
Titles under which land may be alienated.
Differences
Registry Title Land Office Title
--Section 77 (3)(a) --Section 77 (3)(b)
--More than 4 hectares --Less than 4 hectares
--Town/village land --Country land



Differences
Documents for Registry Title
--Section 86 of NLC
--RDT with a plan of land certified by Director of Survey
Either;
--Grant (Form 5B) in perpetuity
--State Lease (Form 5C) for a period of time (a term of years)
--IDT (basically a copy of RDT given to proprietor
--Prepared by the Registrar

Document for Land Office Title
--Section 87 of NLC
--RDT with a plan of land certified by Director of Survey
Either;
--Mukim Grant (Form 5D) - in perpetuity
--Mukim Lease (Form 5E) - a term of years
--IDT- (a copy of RDT given to land owner)
--Prepared by the Land Administrator


Section 77(3)(a)
(3) Of the said forms of final title-
(a) Registry title shall be appropriate in the case of-
(i) town or village land,
(ii) any lot of country land exceeding four hectares in area, and
(iii) any part of the foreshore or sea-bed
Section 77(3)(b)
(3) Of the said forms of final title-
(b) Land Office title shall be appropriate in the case of any lot of country land, not exceeding four hectares in area
Section 86 of NLC
86. Form of documents for Registry title.
In the case of land to be alienated under Registry title-
(a)  the register document of title shall consist of a grant in Form 5B or a State lease in Form 5C, according as the land is to be alienated in perpetuity or for a term of years;
(b)  the issue document of title shall consist of a copy of the register document of title; and
(c)  both the register document of title and the issue document of title shall include a plan of the land, certified as correct by or on behalf of the Director of Survey and Mapping.
Section 87 of NLC
87. Form of documents for Land Office title.
In the case of land to be alienated under Land Office title-
(a)  the register document of title shall consist of a Mukim grant in Form 5D or a Mukim lease in Form 5E, according as the land is to be alienated in perpetuity or for a term of years, and shall be prepared in the appropriate book of the Mukim Register;
(b)  the issue document of title shall consist of a copy of the register document of title; and
(c)  both the register document of title and the issue document of title shall include a plan of the land, certified as correct by or on behalf of the Director of Survey and Mapping.
Introduction
After preparation is done, final title will be issue.
State Authority will determine what forms of final title to be issued by looking at the type of land as stated in Section 51 of NLC

Basically, there are 2 types of titles:
1) Registry Title
2) Land Office Title
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