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Background

Initially,  the department  which was established in 1979 was known as the Special Mobile Unit (UKB). By the  year 2000, the Pahang Department of Lands and Mines was officially established in Kuantan (the headquarters and the Eastern Zone) with  two branches, namely the Temerloh Branch(Central Zone) and  the Samarinda Branch (East Zone), and four (4) units, namely the  Administrative and Finance Unit, the Land Acquisition Unit, the Federal Land Unit and the Small Estate Distribution Unit.
 
Tha Kuantan JKPTG began its operations at the Pahang Land and Mines. Office. Due to  the increasing number of personnel,  the department was then relocated to  an office at Jalan Teluk Sisek.This department consists of 29 staff, 23  in the Land Acquisition Unit,  and six (6) in the  Estate Unit.
 
The Temerloh Branch has been in operation at the Temerloh District Office Building. In 1995,  the branch was relocated to  the Temerloh Felda  Office for  a period of three (3) years. Later,  on 2nd September 2003, it was again shifted to another venue,  the  Temerloh Federal Building, located at Jalan Merdeka.  This department has a total of 19 staff,  12  in the Land Acquisition Unit and seven (7 ) in the Estate Unit.
 
The Raub Branch started its operations at the  Raub District Land Office. In 1984, the Raub JKPTG Raub shifted  to Raub District Council Office,  and in 1991, it was again relocated to  the Raub District Land Office. Since 1996 until today, the Raub JKPTG has been operating at the Bangunan Gunasama Persekutuan Raub. The branch  has 14 staff , of which nine (9) is from the  Land Acquisition Unit and five(5) from the Estate Unit.

 

Function

1. The Land Acquisition Unit

  • To receive applications and supporting documents of  land acquisition from the applicant agency  (Ministry) for  Federal Land Acquisition pursuant to  the Land Acquisition Act 1960
  • To monitor the process of land acquisition and requisition for survey of the State JKPTG through monthly performance report of the Land Acquisition Unit
  • To fulfill  legal requirements and  DGLM / PTP circulars in relation to land acquisition

2. The Federal Land Unit

  • To process applications for the distribution of small estates
  • To process the applications for land alienation for Federal projects
  • To manage the Federal land tax payments for the State
  • To manage the vesting of land to the Federal Lands Commissioner
  • To assist Ministries / Federal Departments to develop Federal lands for  optimum use.

3.  The Administration and Finance Unit

  • To manage and control general administrative matters, finance and services of the department at headquarters  (Kuantan) and branch  offices (Temerloh and Raub) in an orderly, efficient and effective manner.

Administration

  • To handle the quarterly Management and  Finance Meeting
  • To keep track of all correspondence and files of the department and office security
  • To manage employee   annual leave records  and matters related to  retirement
  • To handle  certification of  work done in an acting capacity
  • To manage the rental of office space to update personnel data

Finance

  • To prepare financial reports and minutes of Management and Accounts Committee Meeting (PSD)
  • To prepare budget and financial  estimation for the department
  • To manage the payment and purchase of capital assets, inventories, stationeries and other equipments
  • To manage petty cash
  • To control and regulate budget allocations and expenditure of the department

The Task Force Unit

  • To assist the Ministry / Department in land acquisition projects for the Ninth Malaysia Plan (RMK-9)
  • To identify lands owned by the State PTP which is under the control of the Ministry
  • To monitor and protect the encroachment of Pahang PTP land.

The Computer Unit

  • To undertake  the management and operation of all existing land information systems
  • To  identify  problems in all applications of  existing land information systems and new business demands
  • To provide  help desk services for all  land information systems
  • To plan and implement  promotion programme for  all land information systems developed

 

Objective, Mission & Vision
Objective: 
  1. To accelerate the process of land acquisition application submitted by  ministries  and Federal departments, pursuant to the   Land Acquisition Act 1960 efficiently.
  2. To settle payments for  compensation, and under certain circumstances,  to  deposit it in  Court or  Amanah Raya Berhad,  as the case maybe, within the  date specified.
  3. To assist the district land office in the issuance of titles in continuation  (if applicable) through survey application after the land acquisition process is complete.
  4. To refer cases of objections  to the Court pursuant to Section 37 (1) (A) to (D) of the Land Acquisition Act, within the time prescribed.
  5. To establish and ensure that   Federal land management is efficient and dynamic.
Client Charter
  1. To register land acquisition applications  withint two ( 2)  working days from the date of receipt.
  2. To prepare and issue  a Notice of Inquiry (E Form) within seven (7 ) days from the date of receipt of the letter of confirmation that  the land has been marked out,  and  to serve  the E Form to the interested party  within seven (7)  days after the public notice is posted (15 days notice 1 day / 1  Notice Server).
  3. To carry out investigations on land  acquisitions  within 30 days of  Public Notice (E Form )
  4.  To provide a written compensation award (G Form) in the presence of    the interested party  within seven ( 7) days from the date of the court proceedings.
  5. To prepare and submit a Notice of Award and an Offer of  Compensation (H Form) within three (3) days after the date G  Form is prepared.
  6. To acquire land  titles officially by the issuance of the K Form  not later than 14 days from the date of issuance of the H  Form  or the I Form (as the case may) , and to submit copies to the Registrar of Titles for endorsement  not later than seven (7) days from the date of issuance of the K Form.
  7. To make compensation payment to interested parties/Stakeholders / Public Trustee within eight (8) days from the date of receipt of the cheque / payment (full) from the applicant agency, or to deposit it  in Court within two (2)  weeks from the date of confirmation that the payment of compensation can not be made to the party concerned because no party is eligible  or the party concerned refuse to accept it or due to  disputes.
  8. To refer cases of  disputes to the Court within two(2) months from the date of receipt of the  completed N Form.
  9. To submit  a  requisition for survey (PU) for  partial land acquisition  (Final Title) to the  Survey Department (JUPEM) within two (2) weeks of the of endorsement date of  the K Form or from date of receipt of the Free Certificate of Survey,  whichever is latest.
 
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