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The National Land Code (NLC) has defined land dealing as “any transaction with respect to alienated land effected under the powers by Division IV, and any like transaction effected under the provis...
Capitalization has been defined as the conversion of income to value. Value has been defined as the present worth of future benefits. The link or bridge that ties income to value and present to fut...
The term “land development” refers to the conversion of land for the purpose of residential, commercial, industrial, or other activities. Land development can be described by the type of land use ...
The Malaysian economy contracted in 2009, with growth in real domestic product (GDP) recorded -3 % mainly due to weak external demand following the economic crisis, leading to lower private investm...
The ongoing financial crisis has changed the investing game forever, making uncertainty the norm and creating a whole set of new rules that will quickly and painfully determine the winners and lose...
Urbanization is a very real occurrence in our society today. It is a global phenomenon and Malaysia is no exception. In the world, 50% of the population lives in an urbanized society, whereas in Ma...
In any land policy, land use policy is an essential element. The planning process of a land use policy determines the value of a development. However, at the same time, it also causes uncertainty t...
Recent events that have unfolded about the current global economic situation especially in the USA have made great news fodder for the business sections of various vernacular print media. For the f...
Looking from the Malaysian land administrative perspective, land development in Malaysia simply means the change of original use of any alienated land that effects its restriction in interest, expr...