There are 2 types of land for residential properties; freehold and leasehold. In terms of freehold land, the owner has complete power to transfer his or her ownership to another person. In the context of leasehold land, the property or land belongs solely to the government and would only be valid for 99 years.
但是，符合条件的土地的所有人拥有租赁、押记或 转让土地.合格职称的详细信息在 NLC 1965 第 5 节中。合格职称分为 2 种类型； Hakmilik Sementara Pendaftar (HS (D)) 和 Hakmilik Sementara Pejabat Tanah (HS (M))
Hakmilik Sementara Pendaftar (HS (D)) 是一块面积不到 4 公顷的乡村土地，并在土地所在地的地区土地办公室登记。
In order to release the final title, the State Authority must conduct a survey on the land. All decisions to determine what the Final Title will be issued under, will be solely under the discretion of the State Authority.
There are 4 types of Final Title name that might be issued — geran, geran mukim, pajakan negeri, pajakan mukim.
Pajakan Negeri and Pajakan Mukim titles are reserved for leasehold land, while Geran and Geran Mukim titles are reserved for freehold land. The location of the registration of these titles are also important. The Final Title of Geran and Pajakan Negeri would be registered with the State Land Office while the Geran Mukim and Pajakan Mukim titles are registered in the District Land Office.
State authorities will prepare two forms of documents after determining the Final Title form: Register Document of Title and Issue Document of Title. The Register Document of Title means proof of ownership of the land which would be kept at the Land Office. A duplicate copy would be issued to the owner. It would consist of:
All encumbrances, conditions, and restrictions related to the land.
These titles are kept at various land offices depending on the location of the property and the land title associated with this is called the Geran Mukim. This is in accordance with Section 5 of the National Land Code, 1965.
根据 1965 年《国家土地法典》第 5 条，土地办公室所有权是指由 Mukim 授予或 Mukim 租约证明的所有权，或根据任何先前土地法的规定在土地办公室注册的任何所有权文件。
This applies to townlands, village lands, country lands or any land with more than 4 hectares of size in a capital city. This is in accordance with Section 77(3)(a) of the NLC. Section 77(3)(b) stipulates that the size or area of the Country Office Title may not exceed 4 hectares.