Risk Buying Lot Lidi

 
The activity of selling a lot of sticks that are increasingly rampant caused by the problem of increasingly expensive house prices, no knowledge related to land and the desire to build a house on your own land. The survey found this activity frequently focused on suburban areas, whose target of purchases consists of villagers, retirees or young families. Administrators of Land would like to inform that there are many risks to be faced with the stick lot buyers. You can read the writings on the internet about the risks of purchasing this trailer and most of the arguments presented are true. This risk may not happen in the present, but believe it will rise in the future. In short, the risks to be faced are as follows :-
1. NAMES NOT IN THE GRANT
Documents that show you are an owner in a lot of sticks are just by passing through the Trustees. Only one will be a Trustee for all the owner of the lot of stickers and the Trustees name will be registered in the grant. For example if there are 12 stick lot buyers in one area, the Trustees name will be shown in the grant as representing 11 other buyers. This Trustholder can be made up of one of the truck lot buyers or can also be the original owner of the land concerned. As mentioned in an article before, grants are a very important cause of power in any land deal. If the name is not in the grant, they don’t qualify to deal with anything about the ground even though tied to the Trustees.
2. HARD TO SELL BUY
If one of the trunk lot buyers wants to resell their lot to others, there is no legal procedure that can be implemented for relevant buyers unless they have to make a new Trustee Letter that requires their own Trustees to execute. If the Trustees refuse to change names for any reason (argument, no time, lazy, senile, dead or so) then the name changing process cannot happen.
3. MISTAKES HIT THE LAND CONDITIONS
Lot lidi is commonly agricultural conditional lot. Building a house on an agricultural conditional lot is a serious offence as enacted in Section 125 of the National Land Code. You will be charged or your soil can be seized.
4. NO COMPASSION IF THERE IS INTAKE
If the Government wishes to do consumption on the ground due to some reason, lot buyers do not have any rights to demand compensation from the Government. Only Trustees will be called for a hearing session and even compensation money will be given to Trustees only. Lot buyers need to deal with Trust Holders to split the compensation money.
5. LANDS CAN NOT BE LEFT IF THERE IS DEATH
Since the name of the owner of the lot of sticks were not registered in the grant, the heirs of the deceased could not begin the predatory procedure because theoretically concerned land belongs to the Trustees.
6. TRUST HOLDERS DEAD
This is the biggest risk the owner of a lot of sticks should face. If the Trustees die, the buyers of the lot of sticks can be involved like a kite cut off the rope. It’s true that they can appoint a new Trust Holder, but the procedure is not as easy as they thought. You will face uncertainty, complicated procedures, long time, high cost and possibly a lasting fight.
DON ‘ T BE FOOLED BY THE WORDS OF LIDI LOT SELLER LIKE :-
1. Will do a change of conditions on that ground after all lots are sold out.
2. Will forward a development plan to authorities.
3. Will break the lot correctly using a licensed surveyor in the future.
4. Borders lot of sticks will be buried with border stones.
5. Names will automatically be changed if Trustees die.
6. There will be no problem because there is a Letter of Trustees.
7. Lot sticks are legal.
Many more risks are not stated here. Thus, the Land Administrators advised to avoid getting involved with the purchase of a stick lot. Let’s buy a little expensive land or house as long as it’s legal as it will help if there are problems in the future. It’s feared your dream residence that should give family comfort and can be passed down to children will end up with great losses, family feuds and regrets later.
IMPORTANT STATEMENT: The explanation above is very simple to facilitate understanding for citizens who don’t know the legal procedures of the land. There are technical procedures that are not stated and you are advised to get insights from the relevant Land Office.
Keywords :-
Lot Lidi: A piece of land that had a valid grant, but then broke down a small lot for resell with the purpose of building a home.
Trustholder: One of those who self appointed or appointed by the buyer of a lot of sticks to hold trust for all buyers and only his name is one registered in the grant.
Letter of Trustees: Letter of agreement between buyers and Trustees stating that the Trustees will hold rights on the ground concerned. It’s also called Trust Bond Letter.
Pesaka: Procedure of land division to heirs after the death of landowner.

(Repost from FB Pejabat Daerah Dan Tanah Kerian include the photo)

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