Parliament passes Bill to regulate the land acquisition

Parliament has passed the Land Bill – a formal lawful system to direct and manage the land obtaining and utilization in the nation.

The Land Bill, 2019, which was spent on Thursday, July 23, 2020, tries to solidify changes made so far in Ghana’s territory area following the usage of the National Land Policy (NLP) in 1999.

the Chairman of the Lands and Forestry Committee in Parliament, Francis Adabor said the bill expects to address long-standing difficulties and issues implanted in the part as it would better characterize land the board and procurement.

“We have a few laws including land titles laws and its enrollment on the grounds that these laws are going to assemble a large portion of them and with a couple of corrections in these laws, it will give security of residency to the individuals who need to procure land to five explicit periods to the individuals who take a shot at Land at the Lands Commission to have the option to get done with enlistment. It will tell the boss and different landowners, stools, lords, factions, and families on the most proficient method to deal with their properties, the secretariat they need to hold and keep their records. All these are explained in the law.”

The Land Bill, 2019, tries to unite changes made so far in Ghana’s property division following the usage of the National Land Policy (NLP) in 1999.

It means to address long-standing difficulties and issues inserted in the area as it would better characterize land the board and obtaining after it’s an entry into law.

As indicated by the Lands Commission, the system would reexamine and combine the laws ashore by fitting them to guarantee a maintainable land the executive’s organization framework, powerful land residency, and productive reviewing and planning systems.

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