ISK HOLDS THE SECOND SURVEYORS LAND CLINIC IN NAKURU COUNTY
A team from the ISK Pr and Editorial committe led by the Chair Ms Leah Njuguna, Mr Ronald Matende representing the LAMs Chapter,Wafula Nabutola representing the Building Surveyors Chapter,Dr David Siriba representing the Land Surveyors Chapter and Elizabeth Mulae the Public Relations Officer preseted ISK during the public forum held in Bahati constitutency.
Topics of discussions included succession which was handled by Ronald Matende,a Land Admnistration expert while Title Documentation and Processing was presented by Dr David Siriba.Wafula Nabutola shared a presention on Double selling /Allocation while Leah Njuguna summarised the presentations and the relevance to the daily land and property issues in the county.The Pr & Editorial Chair also shared key highlights on land and property valuation.
ISK launched the Surveyors land clinics in October 2014 as a way of giving back to the community. The clinics are meant to act as vehicles through which the institution intents to systematically disseminate knowledge and information on procedures and processes related to various issues of land administration, land survey, land and property valuation, estate agency, property management and geospatial survey.
In the long run the Land clinics are expected to empower ordinary people with information and knowledge which will minimize fraud, forgery, corruption and disinheritance in matters related to land.
We thank the member companies who offered their financial support towards the success of the Nakuru land clinic.