the title deed of a property is the document which evidences or proves ownership of the property.

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Nearly 300 families living on islands given land titles
6 April 2018
Cambodia

The government has decided to reallocate more than 520 hectares of land in Sihanoukville’s Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem communes from state land to private ownership for nearly 300 families living there.

According to a sub-decree issued on Wednesday, the government decided to provide 528.37 hectares of land in the two communes to 298 families living in the area, while also allocating some plots of land for schools, administration offices, commune halls, village headquarters, military units and pagodas.

Legal activism key to securing land rights during new investment phase
20 March 2018
Cameroon

In the face of rapid changes, how can people in Cameroon ensure they get the best deal to protect their land?

In the shade of a local school’s corrugated iron roof, a group of men and women debate what to do.

30 November 2017
India

Forest Minister B. Ramanath Rai says he will write to Centre to simplify rules for allotment of forestland

Providing title deeds to forest dwellers under the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 was the focus of the interaction between children who live in forest areas and Forest Minister B. Ramanath Rai.

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