Sunday, 20 April 2014
The Dayak Bidayuh National Association (DBNA) is encouraging villagers to have their native customary rights (NCR) land documented on their own initiative without having to wait for the government. Stating that identification of NCR land perimeter would end disputes and having it documented would increase land value, DBNA president Datu Ik Pahon Joyik yesterday said that there was no point for villagers to wait for the government if it could be done personally among the community. Read More

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