Terengganu Land Search (Carian Tanah) is typically carried out to learn the most recent information regarding the title, the land's use, the identity of the current owner, and any encumbrances on the land or property.
The 3 types of land searches in Perlis:
Private Land Search (Carian Persendirian)
A printout in black and white that contains all of the relevant land office's title information.
Official Land Search (Carian Rasmi)
A printout in black and white, produced by the relevant land office, providing the full description of the property or plot of land, and bearing the signature and stamp of the Land Registrar on the last page, which is used as part of supporting documentation for submission to a government agency.
Certified True Copy of Title (Salinan Sah Hakmilik)
A duplicate of the original title that has been officially attested as being accurate by the land registrar. Not to be substituted for the presentation's original title.
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Freehold: The use and disposition of the land or other property are entirely under the owner's authority.
Leasehold: In exchange for the right to occupy the property for a predetermined amount of time, the landowner offers the landlord a lease. Since the property and the land it is situated on will continue to be legally owned by the independent owner, the landlord won't actually own the entire property (or landlord).
The land’s tenancy status (for leasehold only):
The land search will show the lease's duration. Buyers should routinely examine the remaining term of the lease before buying real estate or other property.
Any restriction of Interest on the land:
This includes any restrictions imposed on the registered property/land proprietor's ability to deal with his land through the establishment of a lease, charge, or easement, among other things. It also includes any restrictions imposed on his ability to sell, transfer, divide, partition, or amalgamate his land.
Any transaction / encumbrance(s) on the land:
The land or property's current condition as well as any charge or caveat will be recorded.
Typically, a land search will not turn up any old encumbrances.
Usually, the prior title number is mentioned in the land search to demonstrate that the title has changed. Due to the fact that it differs by land office, not all land searches will display this information on prior titles.