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Not all family members listed in land certificates

The Saigon Times Daily
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Not all family members listed in land certificates

The Saigon Times Daily

HCMC – The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has issued a circular suspending a regulation that requires the names of all members of a family be written down on the land ownership certificate.

According to Tuoi Tre newspaper, the minister has asked the General Department of Land Administration (GDLA) to instruct the implementation of Circular 53/2017, which went into force on December 5.

Local governments, natural resources and environment departments, and relevant individuals and organizations are responsible for executing the circular.

Difficulties in implementing the circular should be timely reported to the ministry.

The ministry said the regulation is in line with the 2013 Land Law. However, it asked the Prime Minister for permission to delay it so that local authorities will have time to prepare and people to understand the benefits of all family members being named in the land ownership certificate.

The suspension of the rule comes after media reports warned it would lead to an upsurge in disputes among family members.

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