In Cambodia, traditionally there are three major classifications of land titling – hard title, soft title and strata title.
The total number of land disputes and protests fell in 2017, while NGOs claime activists are afraid of arrests.
The combined value of approved construction projects reached $6.42 billion in 2017.
The ruling CPP commune chiefs who lost in June’s election must change their attitudes, according to Interior Minister Sar Kheng.
Cambodia still needs more housing to meet the rapid growth of the population, urbanisation in the capital city and economic growth.
Representatives of 175 families in Koh Kong protested to ask for a quicker resolution to a decade-long land dispute.
More than 100 families in Takeo province are given back their land after a dispute with the Sun Hour company.
When you purchase property or land, it is critical to obtain outright ownership in order to feel secure about your new asset.
The government is to build Cambodia’s biggest recreational park in northeastern Mondulkiri province with a budget of about $3 million.
Construction investment during the first nine months of the year reached $5.63 billion, up 22 percent over the same period last year.
Fifteen families embroiled in a long-running land dispute with Heng Huy Company and another 13 involved in legal battles with sugarcane companies have had their cases resolved.
Four families receive a resolutions in their land dispute with a sugar company’s economic land concession plantation.
Borey homes are the most popular and affordable in terms of the Cambodian living standards, preferred by Khmer home buyers across the country.
The government will register more than 260,000 hectares of protected land.
The Ministry of Land Management has set up three working groups to allocate land plots to families in disputes with sugar companies.
The Ministry of Land Management, plans drastic action against foreign architects and engineers.
Representatives for 175 families from Koh Kong province gather near Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house seeking intervention in land dispute.
Some demolition work started on Monday, but the site needs to be fenced off before the building is pulled down. The last of the 492 unit owners finally signed contracts to sell their properties last Friday.
Construction investment during first half of year reached $4.94 billion, up 27.44 percent on the same period last year.