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LSK say no to digitization of land records

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LSK say no to digitization of land records

April 17– The ministry of land has suffered another blow after the law society of Kenya argued that the digitization process cannot be implemented.

Through lawyer Duncan Anzalla, it argues that as for now there are no rules in place on how the conveyance will be conducted online.

The society has backed out of the deal and threatened to sue the ministry and Attorney General Justice Kihara Kariuki arguing it jumped the gun as lands registration regulations that provide for electronic conveyancing are still lying in Parliament.

According to the lawyer, the process should be put on hold until all the concerns raised are addressed.

 

 

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