The Division was established on December 16, 2014, working as a unit to carry out the tasks of prosecution for offenses under the National Land Code 1965 and the Mineral Enactment 2001. This task involves preparation of Investigation Papers run by four people while the prosecution Investigating Officer such cases in the magistrate court and the Sessions conducted by prosecuting officer 2.
The main task involves the breach. File breach opened by the Task Force and Enforcement Division Prosecution after making investigations on the ground. After investigations carried out on the land, the Enforcement Division will submit a report on the investigation dijalanakan to Special Task Division and the Prosecution to check whether there are cases of violation of the conditions or not.
If there are cases of violation of the conditions, the unit will open the file in violation of the terms and continue with the proceedings chaired by the Director of Land and Mines Department (PTG) or the Deputy PM and carried out in the presence of the registered owner of the land or deputy and assistant director of Special Task Force and prosecution as well as some officials other. The process of inquiry requires landowners to submit the reasons and principles of consideration for the PM to take into account for the imposition of fines.
Merupakanunit new legal unit set up in the Office of the Director of Lands and Mines. This unit began operating in February 2008, led by a Legal Officer (L41), two Administrative Assistant (N17) and a General Assistant (N11). This unit serves as a solution to the legal problem involving the department.
Support functions Land Registry State of aspects: -
Legislation parent and subsidiary
The objective of the Legal Unit
To maintain and protect the interests of the Land and Mines Office of legal aspects
Provides legal review and advice relating to legal affairs in accordance with the legal system in the country, government policy and the public interest
Formulate and review the clauses of the agreement to ensure the interests of the Land and Mines Office of the State is preserved
Review of civil cases against or by the Land Office prior to submission to a legal advisor.
Supervision over the investigation papers were opened by the Enforcement Unit to investigate cases
Paper handling investigations and prosecutions
Mentioned case and the trial court
Keep a record of the systematic prosecution
Attended the meeting and gave legal advice on matters discussed to ensure that any policy decision made by the Department of Land and Mines is in accordance with the law.
Management Audit is a new unit established in the Land and Mines Office (PTG) all states in Peninsular Malaysia and Kelantan in the AM was founded in mid 2007. It is headed by an Assistant Director (Grade N41 PTN), an Assistant Administrative Officer (N27) , an Administrative assistant (N17) and an assistant Land Officer (N17).
The objective of the Management Audit Division
Enhance and improve the operations of land administration based on policies, regulations, procedures and applicable law.
Evaluate and determine the effectiveness of the control processes and the Governance of the State Land Office.
Audit and report on the results of audits on Jebat-office administration of the State.
Assist in the administration of the State in determining the management to improve the level of efficiency and effectiveness in the administration of state land.
Preparing reports, comments and suggestions to the administration of state land on the performance and outcomes of the programs implemented by the department, in accordance with the goals and objectives set by admin ground state.
Helping to create a culture of excellence, efficient and effective administration, in addition to implementing the charter and friendly service in the administration of state land.
Function of Management Audit
Running the Management Audit and monitoring visits at the offices of land administration to ensure the implementation of land administration in accordance with the policies, rules, procedures and laws of the land.
Review of systems and procedures for the determination of land administration internal controls are adequate and effective.
Review of compliance with laws, regulations, Directives and Policies related to the effect of land administration.
Informed the director of the Land and Mines Kelantan through reports and audit observations for independent, objective and timely information about land administration operations to be audited.
In order to achieve the quality of state administration, the use of information and communication technologies in all the Land and District Office of Land Management enhanced to create a fully integrated through the use of computers to achieve its goals and mission of government for the realization of electronic government perfectly.
Improved computer system and extend the functionality and improvement (enhancement) systems is the responsibility of the existing Data Management Division, Office of the Director of Lands and Mines to create IT strategy planning.
Objective Data Management Division are:
Computerization program provides specifications for Land and Minerals Office and Office-Land and District Office in Kelantan.
Would ensure that the systems can operate with a fully developed provide application maintenance and hardware efficiently.
Regulate the computerization project in the District and Land Office.
Coordinating all information received in the District and Land Office to become a monthly report / yearly to facilitate decision making.
Identify the data required to properly ground and updating the data via the existing computer more effectively.
Providing computer training courses on systems developed for staff at all District and Land Office.
Bahagian Pendaftaran berfungsi untuk mendaftar tanah, urusniaga, bukan urusniaga. Rekod-rekod tanah mengikut kehendak undang-undang dengan cara yang cepat, cekap dan berkesan. Perkara utama yang dilakukan di bahagian iniadalah seperti berikut:
Pendaftaran hakmilik merupakan antara tugas utama yang dijalankan oleh Pejabat PTG Kelantan. Mengikut Kanun Tanah Negara 1966, terdapat enam jenis hakmilik iaitu: