Land Law Q2e.docx - APPENDIX TEMPLATE A No Headings 1 Form and Title Form 5Ee \u2013 Pajakan Mukim 2 Title No 691 3 Lot No Lot 3279 4 Location Mukim Taboh

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APPENDIX: TEMPLATE A No. Headings Information 1 Form and Title: Form 5Ee – Pajakan Mukim 2 Title No.: 691 3 Lot No.: Lot 3279 4 Location: Mukim Taboh Naning, Alor Gajah, Melaka 5 Land size: 1060 m 2 6 Land Revenue RM93 Payable: 7 Category of Land Building Use: 8 Duration of 99 years Alienation: 9 Express Condition: For residential houses only 10 Restriction in Interest: This land cannot be transferred, rented or leased except with the permission of the State Authority. This restriction in interest is excluded to first buyers. 11 Dealings in respect of the land: Free from any encumbrances 12 Which land office to Land and District Office of Alor Gajah conduct land search: 13 Any other important Land revenue is amended from RM77.00 to RM93.00 based on Section 101 of National Land Code from 1 January 2006 as stated in the Government Gazette No. P.U. 613 dated 1 September 2005 matters:
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2e) Mr. and Mrs. Rich now intends to transfer a half of the land to Yamato Digimon, a Japanese citizen, to jointly develop the land into an industrial estate. Based on the given situation, there are a few issues to be discussed which involves whether Mr and Mrs. Rich is able to transfer only a half of the land to Yamato Digimon? Pursuant to Section 214(1) of National Land Code (NLC) , the land would be capable to transfer if the whole, but not part only, of any alienated land, the whole, but not part only, of any undivided share in any alienated land, any lease, any charge and any tenancy exempt tenancy from registration (TER). In the case of Peter Lai Khee-Chin & Anor v Collector of Stamp Duties 1 the applicant effected a transfer of the piece of land which was originally registered in his name whereby he transferred the whole of the interest in the said land to his wife and himself in undivided shares. As a result of that transfer undertaken in the said manner an issue regarding stamp duty was raised which is not relevant to the present case. The transfer undertaken by Peter Lai whereby he transferred the whole land to himself and to his wife in undivided equal shares was not held to be void pursuant to section 214 of the NLC. Moreover, in the case of in Yeong Ah Chee v Lee Chong Hai & Anor And Other Appeals 2
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