Land (Allocation of Public Land) Regulations, 2017 (S.I. No. 284 of 2017). | Land Portal

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Noviembre 2017
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These Regulations of the National Land Commission implement provisions of the Land Act, 2012 in respect of allocation of public land under the Act. The National land Commission shall upon the request of the national or a county government, where necessary, allocate the whole or part of a specific public land by (a) public auction; (b) application confined to a targeted group of persons or groups; (c) public notice of tenders; (d) public drawing of lots; (e) public request for proposals; and (f) public land exchange of equal value. Each of these methods of allocation are regulate in detail. Allocation of land to a targeted group in order to ameliorate the group's disadvantaged position pursuant to section 12(l)(b) of the Act, requires vetting of such group and preparation of a report on the disadvantaged nature of the group and recommend allocation of the identified land to ameliorate the group's disadvantaged position. The Commission may, at the request of the National or County Government and after giving notice in accordance with the Act, invite the public for proposals for utilization or development of the land. The Commission shall - (a) satisfy itself that the land does not fall within any of the categories set out in section 12(2) of the Act; (b) where the allottee is a non-citizen' ensure that the approval of the Cabinet Secretary is obtained where the land is controlled land as defined in section 12A(1) of the Act; and (c) require that the land is planned, surveyed, geo-referenced and serviced

Implements: Land Act, 2012 (No. 6 of 2012). (2012-04-27)

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