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Title: The cost of land registration: A case study of cost efficiency in Namibia.
Authors: De Vries, Walter
Lewis, Joe
Georgiadou, Y.
Keywords: Land registration - Cost - Namibia
Cost efficiency - Namibia
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: De Vries, W. T., Lewis, J., & Georgiadou, Y. (2003). The cost of land registration: A case study of cost efficiency in Namibia.
Abstract: In the light of the global discussion on reducing public and private expenditure on cadastral processes and services, this article reviews the transaction costs of land registration, based on data gathered in Namibia. The data show a large differentiation in the types of costs incurred in the process, as well as various levels of cost recovery. In addition, the degree to which delays in the operational registration processes influence the total cost to land developers and landowners is reviewed.
Description: This is an electronic version of an article published in The Australian Surveyor, 48(1), 7-20. The Australian Surveyor has been replaced by the Journal of Spatial Science
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