[size=52]State real estate opens the looted property file[/size]
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Basra: Saad Al-Sammak
The State Real Estate Department, one of the Ministry of Finance's formations, vowed to sue the entities and persons who have acquired public property through falsifying records and fictitious purchase contracts, noting that it has recovered hundreds of lands and prepared thousands of acres to solve the housing crisis. The Director General of State Real Estate, Rand Raad Naji, told Al-Sabah: The specialized committees continue to count and inventory their properties at the level of the capital, Baghdad and the governorates, in coordination with the real estate registration departments, to inventory the properties that were seized through forgery, revealing that measures are being taken in preparation for filing lawsuits to nullify its limitations.
Naji added that his department’s branch in Basra was able to revoke the restrictions on forgery of two properties by a judicial decision, indicating that the Ministry of Finance’s share in the first property, amounting to 248 dunums, was re-registered after it had acquired the final degree, while the second property would be re-registered after the settlement of the case, which was postponed by an appellate judicial decision. .
He explained that his department had filed 16 cases in the courts of the beginning of Basra to invalidate forged records dating back to years past through the use of incorrect possessions and the disposal of these properties, pointing out that 14 of them are still under pleading, documented with evidence proving fraud and forgery, and registered with the names of other parties in the records of the Tabu departments. Governorate.
Regarding the governmental housing initiative, Naji revealed the sorting and preparation of five thousand housing plots in the Shatt al-Arab district, east of Basra, in addition to transferring the ownership of a large number of dunams registered in the name of the Ministry of Finance to the municipalities in the districts and districts of the governorate, noting that similar measures were taken in other governorates according to Law No. 80 of 1970 to distribute it among those covered, as well as the registration of many vast unregistered lands in the name of the Ministry of Finance based on Law No. 53 of 1976 on Unifying Types of State Lands. He continued that despite the difficulty of addressing conflicts of land, oil fields and port taboos, which represent about 70% From the administrative borders of Basra Governorate, our branch in Basra was able to allocate thousands of dunums to promote sustainable development and establish infrastructure.
And “Al-Sabah” published a report last month, titled “State real estate “stolen” until further notice, during which it revealed that more than “173,000 properties” have been exceeded, except for state properties in the Green Zone, as well as the properties of individuals.
Editing: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
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