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To Prevent Disputes: LLA Warns Land Sellers, Buyers


first_imgDr. Brandy explains the importance work of the LLA in the meeting.The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) has commenced investigation into the long-running land dispute along the Schieffelin-Marshall Highway, warning land sellers and buyers to respect the rule of law.According to LLA’s statement issued in Monrovia, the Schieffelin- Marshall Highway has become the epicenter of increasing waves of land disputes, resulting into violence and the destruction of property.But the chairman of the Land Authority, Dr. Cecil T.O. Brandy, cautioned that unless these violent land conflicts are resolved, the situation will continue to threaten the country’s peace, beginning with instability in those communities.Dr. Brandy spoke in Marshall City at the start of a two-week sensitization and awareness town hall meeting with land owners, administrators, chiefs and elders from both Schieffelin and Marshall on how government intends to amicably resolve land disputes in areas identified as “hot zones.”In the meeting, some residents and “land owners” complained of being denied access to their land by imposters, who often brandish deadly weapons such as firearms and machetes.Some of the land owners, administrators, chiefs and elders at the meeting in Marshall CityDr. Brandy then reminded the public of the Act on Criminal Conveyance of Land, which was passed into law by the Legislature in 2014. This law states that anybody, who knowingly, willfully or purposely transfers or delivers something such as a right or property to another person(s) or group of persons or an institution or institutions through dishonest means will face the full force of the law.The Land Authority has therefore called on all those claiming ownership of land within Henry Town, Kprakpacon, Caterville, Mondeh Town, Ben Town and Kpein Town along the Marshall road to immediately stop the sale of land in these areas and remain peaceful and law-abiding.The public is also advised not to buy land in these areas, as the Land Authority is putting in place mechanisms to prevent the illegal sale of land and land dispute along the Schieffelin–Marshall Highway.Meanwhile, the Land Authority has requested that all those who purchased land within the Schieffelin-Marshall corridor to submit copies of their deeds, and other supporting documents to the LLA offices for verification along with information on their grantors.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


Indian Premier League 2019 player auction to be held in Jaipur on December 18


first_imgThe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has confirmed the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL) auction date. The player auction will be held in Jaipur on December 18.The auction will be a one-day affair and there is also a change in venue with the event moving to the Jaipur from Bengaluru.At the player auction, 70 players — 50 Indians and 20 overseas — will be up grabs with eight teams left with a total purse of INR 145.25 crore.Ahead of the auction, teams announced their retentions last month, while releasing a few big names.There were quite a few surprises and a few obvious choices as the eight franchises confirmed the names of retained and released players for the 12th season of Indian Premier League. November 15 was the last date for the teams to submit the list of the retained players before the 2019 IPL auction.Steve Smith and David Warner were retained by Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad respectively as both are set to return to cricketing normalcy. They missed out on the 11th edition of the cash-rich T20 league after their involvement in the ball-tampering scandal in March this year.Among the players released, names like Yuvraj Singh (KXIP) and Gautam Gambhir (DD) stick out. Rajasthan Royals decided to let go of Jaydev Unadkat after paying a whopping INR 11.5 crore for his services earlier this year. Wriddhiman Saha, Carlos Brathwaite, Mohammed Shami, Daniel Christian, Glenn Maxwell – have also been released and will go under the hammer next month.(With inputs from PTI)advertisementAlso Read | Full list of retained players and purse remaining for each teamAlso Read | Steve Smith and David Warner retained but Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir releasedAlso watch –last_img read more