Property Law

Cambodia enacted its current land law in 2001, establishing a national immovable property registration system. Under this system, registration of title on the national register is conclusive evidence of ownership, and all transfers of land must be registered in order for ownership to pass. The system is similar to the Torrens titling system used in Australia, being a title by registration system rather than a re-connection system, such as is used in the United States and in Japan. There is no need to trace the title history in order to prove valid ownership.

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1. Property tenure/ownership 2016-08-01
2. Property acquisition by foreigners 2016-08-01
3. Hard title 2016-08-01
4. Soft title 2016-08-01
5. Foreign ownership of co-owned buildings 2016-08-01
6. Sale and purchase process 2016-08-01
7. Property Transfer Process 2016-08-01
8. Stamp Duty Tax 2016-08-01
9. Annual Property Tax 2016-08-01
10. What are typical leasing arrangements? 2016-08-01
11. Are there standard loan and mortgage contracts typically used in Cambodia? 2016-08-25
12. What legal process would the lender be required to follow when a debtor has defaulted on a mortgage? 2016-08-25
13. Brief legal background of Mortgage in Cambodia under Civil Code and a current update on registration 2017-01-06
14. Know Your Titles: Owning Property In The Kingdom (By B2B Cambodia) 2017-01-11