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Thailand - Second Land Titling Project (English)

Ratings for the Second Land Titling Project in Thailand were as follows: overall outcome of the project was rated satisfactory, and the performance of the Bank and the Borrower were also rated satisfactory. Some of the lessons learned from the project are: (a) systematic land adjudication remains the most effective approach to accelerated land titling under Thai conditions; (b) targets for land titling under the systematic land adjudication approach must consider constraints such as unclear boundaries with forestry, areas undergoing land reform, and lack of clear ownership evidence. A titling rate of 80 percent of parcels identified by the adjudication teams appears to be a realistic target; and (c) sustainable institutional changes require a long-term framework and sustained efforts, often beyond the time horizon of one project.

Details

  • Document Date

    1997/04/15

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    16490

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Thailand,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Thailand - Second Land Titling Project

  • Keywords

    land title; public access to land; issuance of land title; Project Preparation and Appraisal; formal sources of credit; land administration; human resource development; secure land tenure; human resource management; procurement and disbursement; source of financing; project completion date; productivity of land; proportion of female; certificate of title; human resource policy; secure property right; assessment of outcome; human resource policies; government tax revenue; internal brain drain; improved service delivery; parcel of land; land information system; possession of land; cost of production; lack of agreement; impact of land; aerial photography; cadastral map; land reform; land owner; institutional change; land use; land valuation; rural area; Land Registration; state land; institutional credit; project costing; human capacity; time horizon; forest boundary; improved land; degree course; cadastral survey; budgetary resource; long-term impact; fiscal revenue; land improvement; land improvements; land productivity; absolute poverty; institutional strengthening; career path; farm input; skilled labor; loan fund; borrower performance; operational plan; government revenue; credit disbursement; land transaction; new technology; tax receipt; agricultural productivity; private surveyor; structural adjustment; agricultural land; long-term framework; clear ownership; physical infrastructure; effective approach; national property; adequate budgetary; land price; project impact; supportive factor; untitled land; fiscal income; infrastructure support; transaction process; land policies; land policy; operational capacity; several factors; management position; employment opportunities; storage space; job training; sample survey; urban program; project administration; civil works; employment opportunity; significant factor; employment generation; environmental objective; baseline survey; land quality; draft power; legal title; land subdivision; aide memoire; production time; rural migration; field methods; annual production; annual output; rural income; process change; processing time; administration service; organizational development; survey methods; staff turnover; watershed areas; urban component; agricultural output; equipment cost; constant price; valuation services; construction cost; scholarship holder; cross sectoral; farm credit; government fund; long-term effect; administration system; inheritance issues; land holder; land market; forest reserve; record management; demonstration effect; registration process; Map Buildings; land parcel; tax roll; land register; property transaction; annual revenue; field visits; staff development; staff salary; career development; delay in procurement; financial incentive; academic course; fiscal impact; government commitment; downward adjustment; budgetary fund; incentive program; budget allocation; transfer fee; increased revenue; adjudication process; engineering degree; incentive policy; land right; road building; land occupiers; Management Systems; capacity planning; land survey; mass media; physical resources; rural landholders; personal liability; secure tenure; landless people; forest classification; environmental degradation; squatter settlement; contingency planning; data quality; property taxation; Rural Sector; absentee owner; computer assist; business process; environmental deterioration

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Thailand - Second Land Titling Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/626541468777297517/Thailand-Second-Land-Titling-Project