New digital lands system on test

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Joseph Wangui] The Ministry of Lands together with the National Intelligence Service have finished setting up a new digitised system of  land transactions so as to tame the increasing cases of fraud and forgery of documents in the sector. The Sh490 million new digital Land Information Management System (LIMS) is expected…


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Transactions on land finally set to go digital

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Dominic Omondi] The laborious process of sifting through a mountain of old, dusty files just to extract a document at the Lands Registry could soon be a thing of the past. This is after the Government developed new regulations that will enable Kenyans to extract, retrieve or access any document from…


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Budget cut to slow down land deals digitization

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Lynet Igadwah] Parliament has revised the budget for automation of land transactions following delays in its implementation, further frustrating the Ministry of Lands’ efforts to digitise. The Budget and Appropriations Committee (BAC) has slashed Sh200 million for the year starting July. The ministry had planned to condense the land procedures into…


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Digitization of Records to ease property registration process – Lands CS

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Share      [Source: Ministry of Lands Website, by Nelly Kosgey] Lands Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney has assured Kenyans that the ongoing digitization of records at the Ministry of Lands will ease property registration process. Karoney addressing a stakeholder’s forum at a Nairobi Hotel yesterday said all security measures of ensuring safety of the documents will be put…


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Land registration to take 12 days from next month

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Share       [Source: Business Daily, by Constant Munda] Land owners will from next month register property in a record 12 days from the current 73, Lands secretary Farida Karoney said Wednesday, citing the efficiency that comes with automation of records. The Lands ministry will start dry runs on the Lands Information Management System on Friday (tomorrow)…


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Land ministry to digitise all records in 66 registries by 2020

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation] The first phase of the digitisation of land records in Kenya will be complete by the end of 2020, Land Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney has said. Speaking during the Association of Women Accountants in Kenya (AWAK) meeting held at the Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa in Mombasa Wednesday, the CS said…


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Article: Digital land management system needed – Justus Wambayi

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Justus Wambayi] Kenya’s Vision 2030 recognises proper land administration and management as a springboard for development. The vision outlines establishment of a digital Land Information Management System (LIMS) as one of the remedies for land administration and management. In Mid Term Plan (2012-2017) for the Land Sector, the ministry was to…


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Saw millers owe State Sh1 billion accumulated over eight years

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Share      The Kenya Forest Service (KFS) has given the 989 sawmillers a week to clear the debt or risk deregistration. The debt, according to a public notice, has accrued in the past eight years. Between 2012 and 2018, the sawmillers harvested timber worth KSh 2,380,597,207 and deposited KSh 1,176,189,619. KFS is working to introducing e-registration to…


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