Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1.         If an applicant passed the alienation of government land and required to pay the premium within three months of receipt of the letter but could not settle the payment within the stipulated period, the applicant can appeal to extend the repayment period?
  Appeal may be extended provided that the payment will only be considered if the application is submitted before the expiry date of Form 5A. Application is considered void if not paid 5A and appeal is not lodged within the period. If still interested, the applicant must submit a new application (Form Table 1) to be considered again.
   
2. How can I extend the lease period to 99 years of land or within any particular event that the land was only available for the remaining term of the lease has almost expired?
  Actually no further term in the law of the land. Process is only by making the surrender under Section 197 of the National Land Code and apply for re alienated under Section 42 (1) (a) KTN where the lease period is determined by the State (PBN).
   
3. How to get back land has expired lease period?
  For the land lease period has expired, a new application (using Forms Table 1) must be submitted to the Land Office in the county where the land is to be considered again.
   
 4.  Who can apply for the land lease period has expired and the original owner has died?
   Anyone who stated under Section 43 of the National Land Code (KTN) may apply and will be considered. However, priority will be given to the heirs of the original owner, if any application.
   
 5.  How to make a transfer of land?
  Transfer of land by completing Form 14A together with relevant documents such as a copy of the identity card provider and the transferee, a letter of authorization from caveat or (if any) or the State, PDS Form 14 of the Inland Revenue Board and the receipt / proof of payment is adequate, the Memorandum and Articles of Association, Director of Resolution
   
 6.  How much is the fee to be charged for the registration
   The rate of payment of fees for the registration of a transaction rather than the transaction.
   transactions
 

BIL

TRANSACTION

REGISTRATION FEE

1

Land Transfers Less than 25,000
25,001 – 50,000
50,001 – 100,000
100,001 – 200,000
200,001 – 300,000
300,001 – 400,000
400,001 – 500,000
500,001 – 600,000
600,001 – 700,000
700,001 – 800,000
800,001 – 900,000
900,001 – 1,000,000
melebihi 1,000,000

50.00
75.00
125.00
250.00
375.00
500.00
625.00
750.00
875.00
1,000.00
1,125.00
1,250.00
Baki x 0.5%

2 Mortgage 100.00 / lot
30.00 / document 
3 Release Mortgage 100.00 / lot
30.00 / document
4 Sell Order By Administrator/ court 100.00 / lot
non transaction
   Non Transaction
 

BIL

Non Transaction

REGISTRATION FEE

1

Enter The Private Caveat

150.00 / lot
30.00 / document

2 Withdraw The Caveat 100.00 / lot
30.00 / document
3

Vesting(vesting order)
Court Order      

statutory declaration
(Changes Name)
Change Name

50.00 / lot
4 Registration Under Administration Order 20.00 / lot
   
7. Can the instrument form filled with blue ink or ball point pen?
  The instrument can only be completed form using black ink or type.
   
8. In Form H is mentioned about the arrests of 25% compensation. So I want an explanation. Where does the arrest occurred and whether compensation for me also detained by that?
  Detention of the 25% compensation will be made if there is an objection from the party applying for the recruitment project. For example for highway projects, if there is an objection from LLM, compensation payment of 25% will be withheld.
   
9. Can a land development application is made if the validity date of the Development Order has expired?
  No. The applicant must obtain the extension of the Development Order prior to submitting the application to land development in the Department.
   

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