Land Management

 

 

Question :
If an applicant has been granted a government land acquisition and is required to pay the premium within 3 months of receipt of the letter but can not settle the payment within the prescribed period, can the applicant appeal the extension of the payment?

Answer :
Can appeal to extend the payment period provided that only consideration will be given if the application is submitted before the expiry date of Form 5A.

Applications are considered invalid if 5A is not settled and appeals are not submitted within the period. If you are still interested, the applicant must submit a new application (Form 1) to be reconsidered.

 

Question :
How to extend the lease tenure of land to 99 years or a certain period if the existing land title only has an expiration of the lease term?

Answer :
Actually, there is no term extension in the land law. The only process is to make a surrender submission under Section 197 of the National Land Code and apply for re-legalization under Section 42 (1) (a) of the NTS with the duration of the lease being determined by the State Authority (PBN).

 

Question :
How to recover the land lease period which has expired?

Answer :

For leasehold land that has lapsed for a lease period, a new application (using Form 1 Schedule) must be submitted to the Land Office in the district where the land is located for consideration.

 

Question :
Who can apply for leased property once its original owner has died?

Answer :
Anyone identified under Section 43 of the National Land Code (KTN) may apply and be considered. However, priorities will be given to the heirs of the original owner, if there is an application.