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Thika Lands Registry has undertaken a major reorganization to update files and digitize land records to ensure they are not interfered with. The Thika Lands Registrar Mr Bernand Leitich told journalists at his office in Thika on Monday that many files that had been lost have now been recovered and updated.
"We have noted that there has been a lot of interference with land records where some were hidden or tampered with. That is why in line with the Ministry of Lands directive to digitize records, we are doing this," said Letich. The registrar also said that they are helping members of the public to get land searches in a more quicker and transparent manner.
"Getting a land search had been a headache for many looking for the document in order to apply for title deeds but now the problem is solved," said Leitich.
He said they will be conducting ground visits to help those who have no single land document to prove ownership.
"Our officials will be seeking chief’s report on such people where we will be gazetting that report for 60 days after which we can start the process of giving out the title deeds," said Leitich.
SOURCE: hivisasakiambu

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