E-Banking to pay Quit Rent
Please logon to www.quitrent.jtu.sabah.gov.my to check out the land dues balance and proceed to E-Banking payment through Aliance Bank.
This department has implemented E-Banking Service in order to facilitate land owners to make online payment through Alliance Bank.
Land owners can check and print the balance of the quit rent and bring to any Alliance Bank branches within Malaysia for payment at the counter. The departmental land offices counters are still available for payment.
You also click on the icon [QUIT RENT] on the homepage !
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Frozen Britain as seen from Satellite
This striking image taken by Nasa's Terra satellite on 7 January 2010 shows the UK deep in the clutches of the current cold snap.
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Communal Title - One title to protect villagers
TONGOD (Sabah): The introduction of communal land titles would help prevent natives from selling their properties for quick profit.
Sabah Land and Survey Department Director Datuk Osman Jamal said in the past, many natives who were given land by the government sold it or fell prey to various schemes.
LaDESS is the acronym for "Land Dealings Electronic Submission System". This is the latest web application developed for the upgrading of the Departmental Delivery System to the Rakyat in the processing of land dealings for leases titles such as PL, CL and TL. The system has been developed based on Blue Ocean Strategy to allow the Central Registry to leapfrog in the land dealings processing deploying the latest technologies in a re-engineered working environment, resulting in a win-win scenario for both legal firms and department where cases are submitted and processed in digital manner.
Chile earthquake moves Earth axis and city !
“Like the Haiti earthquake, the Chile earthquake occurred in a seismic gap – a segment of a fault that has not had a major earthquake for an extended period of time (165 years in the case of Chile; about 250 years in the case of Haiti). The 1835 earthquake in Concepcion, Chile, was described by Charles Darwin, who experienced it first hand. The 2010 Chile earthquake was probably loaded by release of stress on the adjacent segment to the south, which experienced the largest earthquake ever recorded in 1960.“One of the most prominent remaining seismic gaps is in northernmost Chile near the towns of Arica and Iquique. This segment last had an earthquake in 1877. Modeling of surface features by my research group suggests that, when this segment fails, it will produce an earthquake greater than magnitude 8.” - Richard Allmendinger, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences at Cornell, on the geologic features that contribute to earthquakes in Chile.