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Towards E-Government's 3D Property
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.115-124  
Author(s)
TAN Liat Choon, Khadijah Binti HUSSIN
KEYWORDS
Land Administration, Registration, E-cadastre, E-land, Governance, Coordinated Cadastral System
ABSTRACT
This paper provides an introduction into the 3D property type in Malaysia. It provides a brief introduction on Malaysia as a country then be followed by an explanation on the land administration and cadastral system. This paper discusses literature on good governance and e-government. It continues with the discussion on e-government in Malaysia, which consists of e-Land, e-Cadastre which is part of Coordinated Cadastral System, Virtual Survey System and Cadastral Data Integrity System as well as the Electronic Strata Module that consists of Strata Lodgement Module, Electronic Strata Survey Module and Strata Verification Module before end with the conclusion. Through this paper, we understand the government activities on cadastre system in Malaysia
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