The Land Management Ministry has issued 456,210 land titles so far this year.
The government decides to revoke five land titles given to tycoon Ing Bun Hoaw.
Land Management Ministry reports that nearly 10,000 land disputes are resolved.
Minister Chea Sophara said that the implementation of a satellite-based measuring system is the first step needed to achieve the 2021 goal.
Land Management Ministry hands out land titles to 885 families in Sambok and Chak Krang communes in Kratie province.
Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Choam Chao overpass, Prime Minister announced that residents legally living along the canals in Phnom Penh will get land titles.
Nearly 400 families in Prek Takong I village win a battle to regain control of land earmarked for a new satellite city.
The Koh Kong provincial governor announces that land for 175 families is charted.
Families who live around Ta Mok’s house are told they would not get land titles.
The Preah Sihanouk authority is now distributing land titles to nearly 300 families in Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem.
The government to reallocate over 520 hectares from state land to private ownership.
Land Management Ministry issues land titles to nearly 800 families living on social land.
The German Ambassador supports giving land titles to indigenous groups.
In the kingdom, traditionally there are three major classifications of land title which are utilized throughout the country.
In Cambodia, traditionally there are three major classifications of land titling – hard title, soft title and strata title.
Forced from their homes by violent leftist Shining Path rebels or pushed out by extreme poverty and lack of opportunities, the Shipibo-Konibo face problems in the new settlement.
City Hall announces that families living along the Stung Meanchey canal will get land titles.