Selling land, many households in Cu Sue commune (Dak Lak) brought the transfer book for the buyer to carry out the procedures for transferring the name and lost all residential land. In addition, the red cover of the remaining area is also silent.
News that the buyer of the land has lost all his residential land
|Mrs. H’Bluen Niê and her husband discussed with PV Infonet|
Recently, the price of land in the hot spot of Cu Sue commune, Cu M’gar district has suddenly skyrocketed and people in this area have competed to sell land to get money to cover their lives as well as to reinvest elsewhere. .
However, due to lack of knowledge about the law, nearly 10 households in Buon B’ Luot suddenly lost their residential land without even knowing it. Worse yet, there are households who give the red book to the buyer to complete the transfer procedure but have not received it for 2 years now because the buyers use the excuse of doing procedures or avoiding.
Mrs. H’ Bluen Niê’s family, residing in Buon Su H’luot, Cu Sue commune, has 3 sao of land and was granted 400m2 of residential land by the government, however, nearly 2 years ago, she sold 1 sao of land (in which 260m2 of land. residential area) for 590 million VND for one person in Buon Ma Thuot city, but so far, the rest of the family’s land has not been obtained.
|Ms. H’ Luyen Niê (right) has sold her land for nearly 2 years but has not yet received the red cover of the remaining land.|
According to Ms. H’ Blue Niê, after the transfer, her family gave the entire cover to the buyer, after the transaction and the separation of the cover was completed, the buyer gave the cover back to her and her husband. There is no longer a square meter of residential land, but only 2 acres of agricultural land.
“When we received the cover, it was only agricultural land, so we returned it to the buyer and asked to separate 160m2 for my family and since then, the buyer has not returned the cover so my family is very worried. quiet,” said Ms. H’Blue Nie.
Similar to Ms. H’Bluen Nie, Ms. H’Luyen Niê’s family also fell into the same situation when her family sold 900m2 of land (including 300m2 of residential land) to a person in Buon Ma Thuot City, but For nearly 2 years, the buyer has not finished separating the cover and now her family is very worried about what the buyer has done with her land cover.
|Land sale is rampant in Cu Sue commune|
“When we met and told us that the cover was not finished, we promised this or that or ran away, they prepared a contract in the process of buying and selling, so we just signed it and didn’t understand anything,” said Ms. H’ Luyen Niê.
The most unfortunate case is Mr. Y Ti Nie’s family, after he sold 900m2 of land to a person in Buon Ma Thuot City for 600 million VND. Before completing the formalities, Mr. Y Tin passed away, leaving behind four grown-up sons.
Mr. Y B’lap Nie, brother-in-law of Mr. Y Tin Nie, said that I understand this land purchase and sale very well. My brother and I sold the land to 2 people named Hai and Viet with the price of 600 million VND, but it was because Mr. Y. The news died, so the buyer could only pay 400 million VND to 200 million VND.
“It is worth mentioning that in addition to not paying in full, the land cover of my family’s family for nearly 3 years has been handed over to the buyer to complete the transfer procedures but has not been returned yet, making my 4 grandchildren like sitting on a fire.” Mr. Y B’lap Nie.
According to PV Infonet’s research, in addition to the three families above, there are currently many families in Cu Sue commune like sitting on a fire because they sold their land but lost all their residential land.
People do not understand the law, transactions do not go through the government
Most of the above-mentioned families do not go through the local land transactions when dealing with the land, so the above facts are not understood by the local authorities.
|Head of Buon Sut H’luot said that when the incident broke, the government knew|
Ms. H’Dan Niê – Head of Buon Sut H’luot said she was very sad about this, when people traded land she herself and the Buon Sut H’luot government did not know, when the incident broke, it was the government. newly acquired rights.
“There are a lot of households in the above situation and we also want the commune and district authorities to quickly step in to help them get their red cover back and return justice to the people,” Ms. H’ said. Information herd.
As for Mr. Dang Van Hoan – Chairman of the People’s Committee of Cu Sue commune, during the land transaction, local people did not understand the law and did not consult anyone, so the above unfortunate situation happened.
According to Mr. Hoan, most of the land plots of the people currently using each household are allocated 400m2 of residential land by the state. However, there was no location, so when the land was traded, the buyer quickly cut off all the residential land for himself and left agricultural land for his relatives.
“When they traded land with each other, they all brought it to a private notary, so the commune didn’t know anything, now that they have lost all their residential land, they have to wait for the district to lower the quota before they can settle down again and do all their construction work. The people on the remaining agricultural land are against the regulations,” said Mr. Hoan.
Talking about how to deal with the situation of the above-mentioned households, Mr. Hoan said that he had asked the Buon government to make a list of the number of households and guide them to make an application and send it to the government. There is a solution, if serious, it will be transferred to the police for coordination verification and clarification.
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