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The truth about Bill No. 17

The proposed amendment does not hinder the process and the right of forfeiture and/or re-entry should TLTB lessees breach their lease conditions.

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Cyber-security incident will affect lease money distribution

Our lease money distribution channels have been disrupted given that the Eservices Application System (EAS), whose server is hosted as part of the Government IT network. EAS is where our equal rent distribution (ERD) process is being managed and has been taken offline to protect the system’s integrity from any possible attacks or the spread of any malware.
 

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43 leases to upgrade informal settlements  

So far around 43 leases had been issued to the Government for squatter upgrading purposes which constitute more than $3.8 million in premium for the landowners.

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TLTB joins FICAC to launch anti-bribery campaign

TLTB becomes the latest organization to join hands with the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) in a nationwide campaign against bribery.

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TLTB partners with Mataqali Navunuma to plant trees at Yalavou

The Board is working with a number landowning units around the country as part of their corporate social responsibility.

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Man claims to be directors of TLTB

If any member of the public should come into contact with any individual claiming to work for TLTB and is not carrying proper identification, please contact your nearest TLTB office for verification.

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CBUL aims to build a strong economy and ensure equitable return to the<span></span> landowners from agricultural leases

CBUL started in 2008 with the purpose of promoting idle land for production use, especially for agricultural purposes under the Agricultural Landlord Tenant Act (ALTA when tenants were displaced upon the expiry of their leases.

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Three timber logging concessions in Vanua Levu cancelled

These rights have now been reverted back to the landowners so that they can use their forests.

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Setting the record straight for Nawaikula

It is an integral and core component of TLTB’s function to advise, inform and create awareness on issues relating to iTaukei land administration. No doubt, TLTB will continue to advance these discussions with all iTaukei landowners and stakeholders through available platforms.
 

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Master Plan ready for use in the West

The Greater West Landuse Master Plan boundary stretches from Galoa in Serua to Korovou in Tailevu along the corridor of the Kings Road and Queens Road; from the high water mark to the road and 10km inland from these highways for the purpose of strategically allocating and apportioning land uses for development, conservation and other land use types.

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