According to Swazuri, both the Land Act and NLC
Act give the commission power to register,
manage and issue title deeds on behalf of the
national and county governments.
Section six of the Land Act specifies that the
Lands Secretary should develop policies on land
upon recommendation of the NLC and facilitate
implementation of land reforms.
Other roles include coordination of the
management of the national spatial data
infrastructure, formulation of standards of
service in the lands sector and monitoring land
The law provides that the Cabinet Secretary
should also regulate service providers and
professionals, including physical planners,
surveyors, valuers and estate agents.
Article 67 of the Constitution establishes the NLC
to manage public land on behalf of national and
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