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Background

The  Department of Director General of Lands and Mines (JKPTG) is one of the departments in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Since 1957, the Department has been placed in various ministries. The Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory Department of Lands and Mines (JKPTGWPKL) on the other hand,  was  established to assist the JKPTG to  expedite land acquisition so  that Federal Government development projects are not affected in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. JKPTGWPKL has two units: Land Acquisition and Small Estate Unit. The total number of staff employed in  the JKPTGWPKL are 31 people in the Land Acquisition Unit,  and eight (8) in  the Small Estates Unit.

 

Function
  1. To process the  applications  for land acquisition  until the land  can be entered legally.
  2. To file cases of objections from interested persons who are not satisfied with the following matters to the Court .   The size of the land taken.
    • The amount of compensation paid.
    •   Persons  who will receive the compensation.
    •  Distribution of compensation.
  3. To pay compensation to interested persons or to deposit it in  Court under the following circumstances:
    • There is no eligible recepient.
    • Persons legally entitled do not agree to accept it.                          
    • There is a dispute in terms of rights to the person who will receive the compensation or apportionment.
  4. To conduct  requisitions for survey for the remaining lots that are not involved in land acquisitions held under the  Registry of Title and Land Office Title in order to make the final measurement for the purpose of issuing titles in continuation.
  5. To process the application for temporary occupation of land for a period not exceeding three (3) years.
  6. To carry out monitoring works to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the  Federal Land Management.

 

Objective, Mission & Vision
Objective: 
  1. To accelerate  land acquisition application process submitted by  Ministries,  Federal and State Departments.
  2. To pay  compensation, and in certain circumstances, to deposit it in Court or Amanah Raya Berhad,  whichever is applicable, within the period mentioned.
  3. To assist the Land Office in the issuance of titles in continuation (if applicable) through the application of survey after the completion of land acquisition process.
  4. To refer cases of appeals under Section 37 (1) (a) to (d) of the Land Acquisition Act  to the Court of Appeals.
  5. To ensure that the Federal Property management is implemented efficiently and dynamically.
Client Charter
  1. To  register the application for  land acquisition  within 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 confirmation letter that the land has been marked out,  and to serve  the E  Form  to  the interested person within seven (7) days  from the date   the public notice is posted (15 days notice, 1 day / 1 notice server ).
  3. To carry out investigations on land acquisition  within 30 days from the date of Public Notice (E Form )
  4. To provide a Written Compensation Award (G Form) in front of the  interested person 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 the G  Form is prepared.
  6.  To take back  the land acquisition officially  through 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 of the forms to the Registrar of Titles for endorsement not later than  seven (7) days from the date of issuance of the K Form.
  7. To pay  compensation to Stakeholders / Public Trustee within eight (8) days from the date  the cheque / full payment is received from the application  agency or to deposit it in Court  within two (2) weeks from the date of confirmation that the payment for  compensation cannot be made ​​to the eligible party  on grounds that no party can accept  it or   the party refuse to accept it or due to some disputes.
 
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