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Minister of Land Affairs, he launched on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, an operation of identification and recovery throughout the republic. It was in a statement yesterday that Lumeya-Dhu-Maleghi calls all holders of titles and contracts of temporary occupation or leaseholds over 25 years or in arrears of annual fees to settle. All persons, both physical and legal, must therefore appear before the Registrar of the real estate titles of their registration division to regularise their situation, it is hammered in this press release. “If they fail to comply within the prescribed period, these concessions will be subject to the forfeiture procedure in accordance with Article 119 of the Land Law and will therefore be included in the private The State, “warned the Minister of Land Affairs. Below is a press release from the Minister of Land Affairs.

Democratic Republic of Congo

Kinshasa, 28 June 2017

Ministry of Land Affairs

The Minister


Official press release


The Minister of Land Affairs, Mr Lumeya-Dhu-Maleghi, reminds all holders of titles and contracts of provisional occupation or leasehold concessions over 25 years of age or of late payments of annual fees, Launches an identification and collection operation throughout the Democratic Republic of Congo from this date.

All persons, both physical and legal, must appear before the Registrar of Real Estate Titles of each registration division of the jurisdiction to get in order.

They must have the following documents:

-Provisional occupancy contract or emphyteusis contract and certificate of registration;

– Proof of payment of fees and annual fees due and unpaid.

If they fail to comply within the prescribed period, these concessions will be subject to the forfeiture procedure in accordance with Article 119 of the Land Law and will therefore be included in the private domain of the State, State.

NB: to be broadcast in all languages ​​for one month.

Done at Kinshasa on 28 June 2017

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