Togo : At end-September 2018, 177 land titles had been transferred within a delay of 9-10 days

Economic governance
Thursday, 31 January 2019 11:01
Togo : At end-September 2018, 177 land titles had been transferred within a delay of 9-10 days

(Togo First) - At end-September 2018, 177 land deeds were fully transferred in Togo. This is according to data from the Office of Cadaster, Land Conservation and Registry (DCCFE).

Compared to the same period in 2017, this number almost doubled from 94 titles processed in about 21 days respectively. Compared to the whole 2017 year, where 127 titles were fully transferred, the figure recorded at the end of the third quarter of 2018 is ahead by around 50 deeds.

Demands for land title transfer are processed more rapidly as a result of multiple reforms implemented to satisfy both investors and populations.

Over the first nine months of the past year, the corresponding delay for the processing of these cases varied between 5, 9 and 10 days with a peak of 12 days. Based on these figures, global average delay for all transfers over the period was 9-10 days.

Let’s however recall that this delay recently improved further, from 9 days to 7, between December 13, 2018, and January 15, 2019. 

Séna Akoda

 
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