The Criminal Conveyance of Land Law

Type: 
Bill
Legislative body of origin: 
Senate
Status: 
Signed into law
Introduced by: 
Senate
Date introduced: 
September 6, 2012

The Criminal Conveyance of Land Law states that a surveyor who encourages, persuades, surveys, uses his influence or in any other way participates or conspires with anyone in the sale or purchase of a parcel of land, knowing or being in the position to know that the seller of such land has no lawful title is guilty of a first degree felony punishable by both a fine, a prison term of not less than ten years and a permanent renovation of his license to practice as a surveyor.

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Bill Tracking

Senate

Number of readings: 
1
Committee(s) referred to: 
Internal Affairs, Good Governance and Reconciliation
Judiciary
Lands, Mines, and Natural Resources
Ways, Means, Finance and Budget
Date reporting of referred committees: 
September 20, 2012
Date(s) plenary discussion: 
September 20, 2012