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DENR accepts titling application in brgys
by DENR release

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has instructed all provincial and community environment and natural resources offices to accept public land titling applications at the barangay level in efforts to make public land titling more accessible and transparent.

The instruction has been released through the issuance of DENR Administrative Order (DAO) 2019-08 by Sec. Roy A. Cimatu strengthening the implementation of DAO 2011-06 entitled, “Prescribing the guidelines for the implementation of public land titling in partnership with local government units” and DAO 2007-09 or “Prescribing the systematic adjudication process to simplify, streamline, and fast-track the disposition of public alienable and disposable lands through free and homestead patents.” 

The DENR shall provide to the barangay, where titling operation is ongoing, a copy of the updated cadastral map, process flow for titling, the streamlined requirements, and fees involved, which shall be posted at the barangay hall.

This approach shall be adopted in all local government units and shall be a key strategy in all partnerships that will be entered into by the regional offices.

The regional offices shall secure and submit minutes and video documentation of the proceedings to the Land Management Bureau for monitoring purposes. These shall form part of the database of the Land Administration and Management Systems.

The LMB director shall provide further guidance and technical assistance as may be necessary to ensure maximum results in its implementation.

DENR-Cordillera Executive Director Engr. Ralph C. Pablo said that with the order, it shall expedite the provision of services to the people who cannot go to the DENR field offices to file their land title applications.


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