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More information and software credits. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Institutional Repository. The objective of this study is to look at the effectiveness of the amendments of section A and A. This tendency increased within the higher areas of land to be obtained either through sale and purchase of land or land acquisition. Without a Final Title, the landowners megara to wait for years before he is able to sub-divide, partition or amalgamate his land.

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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Institutional Repository. The need to provide ten percent of open space is a policy requirement of the policy to be followed by any landowner or developer who wants to develop their land.

In addition, this study also observed the gazetting of open spaces which have been adopted in the District of Pontian. Abstract The issues of delay in the registration of the Final Title began since So, it is hoped that this study will benefits and will also expose the parties involved in order to curb the problem existing negarq spaces.


Geoinformation Science And Engineering Formerly known. Therefore, more time can be spent by the Land Officers to settle the issue of converting Qualified Title to Final Title. Delay in issuing of Final Title resulted in the lost of revenue to the State Governments by way of quit kann.

Pewartaan kawasan lapang di bawah Seksyen 62 Kanun Tanah Negara kajian kes: In yearon the amendments to the NLCby which Final Title may be registered and issued without issuing of Qualified Title in cases of sub-division, partition or amalgamation.

By this amendment, there will be less number of Qualified Titles registered at Land Office in the country. Nik Mohd Zain Nik Yusof. Kawasan Pentadbiran Majlis Daerah Pontian.

Abstract The need to provide ten percent of open space is a policy requirement of the policy to be followed by any landowner or developer who wants to develop their land. Previously, before Final Title in registered, a Qualified Title must first be registered.

The issue of development of open space to other land use such as commercial, residential and industrial land owner or developer is often a hot issue because of the development undertaken knun not specified in the given approval by the Local Authority. Therefore, this study attempt to identify the factors considered in the creation of open spaces in terms of planning and land administration in the district of Pontian.


More information and software credits. Incidents such as this are already in conflict with the original purpose of providing open space which is established for public use only. Geoinformation Tajah And Engineering Formerly known. This thesis will carry out a theoretical and empirical studies to evaluate the effectiveness of the new amendments.

Such development is gaining attention because of the difficulties in acquiring the land or lack of the land for development in urban areas. The findings of the study, related that Pontian District Land Office in issue a regulation or circular nnegara speeding up the process of gazetting of open spaces for the existing develop other land use will not work.

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The purpose of 195 open space should be adhering to the purpose of open space in accordance with the development as approval was granted by the Local Authority. The issues of delay negata the registration of the Final Title began since However, the purpose of these amendments is not intentionally to abolish the Qualified Titles.

Lately, with the application of modern technology in land administration, these issues still a major problem for Land Administrators.