Sabah's NCR guidelines 'illegal', warns activist

Joe Fernandez

Modified 17 Mar 2011, 3:27 am

A leading land rights activist, a senior counsel, has warned that the Sabah Land and Surveys Department’s (LSD) seven-point guideline used to deal with NCR cases is an illegality. The illegality is evident if read in conjunction with the  concept of native customary rights in keeping with Adat and common law positions on the issue, he added.

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