Sub-decree no 206 on the ceding of 586.5047 hectares of land from forest cover 2002 in Ta Veng and Veun Sai district, Ratanakiri province and from the natural protected area system of biodiversity corridor for reclassifying as state private land for granting collective ownership to a Brao indigenous community and providing ownership on the land title.

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This sub-decree was issued by the Royal Government of Cambodia with the decision of ceding 586.5047 hectares of land by 311.5047 hectares of land is from forest cover 2002 and 275 hectares is from the natural protected area system of biodiversity corridor and reclassifying as state private property for granting collective ownership to a Brao indigenous community of Psang village in Ta Veng Krom commune, Ta Veng district and Koh Pang commune, Veun Sai district, Ratanakiri province. This indigenous community to which collective ownership was granted comprises 64 families living on 13 land titles including 5 titles of residential land and 8 titles of agricultural land.

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Name Sub-decree no 206 on the ceding of 586.5047 hectares of land from forest cover 2002 in Ta Veng and Veun Sai district, Ratanakiri province and from the natural protected area system of biodiversity corridor for reclassifying as state private land for granting collective ownership to a Brao indigenous community and providing ownership on the land title.
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This sub-decree was issued by the Royal Government of Cambodia with the decision of ceding 586.5047 hectares of land by 311.5047 hectares of land is from forest cover 2002 and 275 hectares is from the natural protected area system of biodiversity corridor and reclassifying as state private property for granting collective ownership to a Brao indigenous community of Psang village in Ta Veng Krom commune, Ta Veng district and Koh Pang commune, Veun Sai district, Ratanakiri province. This indigenous community to which collective ownership was granted comprises 64 families living on 13 land titles including 5 titles of residential land and 8 titles of agricultural land.

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