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The Timorese government today defended the quality of the work carried out by the country’s National Cadastre System (NCS), rejecting criticism from a group of Timorese organizations about the project, considering them without a scientifically adequate basis.
Land disputes represent only 5,55% of the more than 218,000 individual registrations that the Timorense National Cadastre System (NCS) has already carried out, although this amount may increase, one of the project leaders said today.
The Minister of Justice of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Ivo Valente, presided to the 14th Conference of Ministers of Justice of Portuguese-speaking Countries, during two days (22nd and 23rd of June, 2015), at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (MFAC), in Dili.
The Timorense National Parliament unanimously approved, in the specialty and in the final overall vote, the proposed law of the ”special regime on the ownership of immovable property”.
A resident of a village in the Metinaro region east of the Timorense capital has now become the first Timorense citizen to receive a certificate of property registration in Timor-Leste.
The President of the Timorense Republic, Francisco Guterres Lú-Olo, promulgated the legal regime of land ownership after the Court of Appeal did not pronounce for the unconstitutionality of the diploma, informed the presidency in a statement.
Timorense Prime Minister Rui Maria de Araujo today welcomed the progress ”beyond expectations” of the country’s National Cadastre System (NCS), the lasgest Luso-Timorense project that is already operating in all municipalities of Timor-Leste.
The Timorense Council of Ministers today reported analyzing the progress made by the National Cadastre System (NCS), a Luso-Timorense project that has already raised almost 107,000 registration records throughout the country.
The Council of Ministers met on Tuesday at the Government Palace in Dili, and was updated on the status of the National Registry System project, managed by the GMN-H/ARM-APPRIZE consortium and under the authority of the Minister of State, Coordinator of State Administration Affairs (…)
CPLP experts meet today and Tuesday in Dili to analyse challenges and solutions to the issue of land tenure management and their importance as a factor in the development of Portuguese-speaking countries.
The island of Atauro, located about 25 kilometers north of Dili, is expected to be the first sub-district of Timor-Leste to have conclude, in the coming months, the cadastre of their land and properties.
Political stability, economic dynamism and greater access to credit by the private sector are essential elements for Timor-Leste to continue to consolidate its economic growth, one of the country’s top entrepreneurs told Lusa.
”The work is going well. We are arrving in more municipalities, and in May we will launch the municipality of Mahufahi” Ivo Valente told Lusa.
The Secretary of State for Land and Property, Jaime Xavier Lopes, along with the President of the consortium for the National Registry System (NRS), Jorge Serrano, launched, on April 13th, the starting ceremony of the registry for the Municipality of Baucau.
The Timorense National Cadastre System (NCS), a project by a Luso-Timorense consortium, arrived today in Bobonaro district, the ninth of 13 districts of East Timor that should be covered in full by June.
The Secretary of State for Land and Property (SoSLP), represented by National Director of Land Property and Cadastral Services, Romão Guterres, launched the program of the National Registration System (NRS) in the municipality of Aileu. Organized on February 17th, at the meeting (…)
The Prime Ministers of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão, and of the Republic of Portugal, Pedro Passos Coelho along with the Minister of Justice, Dionísio Babo, launched the project of the National Registry System (NRS), on July 25th, at the NRS building, in Kintál Boot, Díli.
The Government gathered extraordinarily, this Monday, October 7th, 2013, in the Council of Ministers’ meeting room, at the Government’s Palace, in Dili, and approved (…)