AbstractTable of ContentsCHAPTER ONE1.0 Introduction1.1 Background of the study1.2 Statement of the problem1.3 Objective of the Study1.4 Research Hypothesis1.5 Significance or rationale of the study1.6 Scope and Limitation of the StudyCHAPTER TWO2.0 Literature ReviewCHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY3.1 Research Methodology3.2 Sources of Data3.3 Primary Sources of Data3.4 Population of the Study3.5 Determination of Sample Size3.6 Instrument for Data Collection3.7 Testing for Reliability and Validity3.8 Administration of Questionnaire3.9 Method of Data Presentation and AnalysisCHAPTER FOUR: DATA PRESENTATION4.1 Interpretation of DataCHAPTER FIVESUMMARY OF FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND CONCLUSIONS5.1 Summary of Findings5.2 Recommendations5.3 Suggested area for Further Study5.4 ConclusionBibliographyQuestionnaire


In almost every part of the world, land accessibility and acquisition for major projects are excessively time-consuming, costly, and administratively cumbersome. For developing countries in the world (Nigeria inclusive), the inaccessibility of land is rapidly becoming one of the most serious impediments to social and economic development to a large extent, this problem is attributed to the lack of readily available and accurate data describing the property boundaries and ownership.In the normal sense, within our communities, there must be and should always a difference between the methods of issuing the title to personal property. And those to real estate property. It is normally agreed that possession is the only evidence of title demanded by the seller of the personal property.But since possession of real estate is not necessarily evidence of ownership and since the ownership of real estate property involves the investment of huge capital and a large sum of money, it has become necessary to devise a system of tracing title to reach estate base on not only possession but upon a careful examination of the public records from which investors in real estate can extract details which will convince the buyers that their money is safe.In most developing countries, the absence of land data has made the private sector deviate from large-scale development for housing, industry, transportation.On the other hand, government and private individuals in most of the countries have not recognized the importance and significance of land registration, and this has given rise to an avoidable lawsuit in our law courts. Thus, the purpose of this research is centered on appraising the problems associated with land registration and why titles still fail to arrest the situation, and suggesting possible ways of improving the system using (UGIS) as a case study.STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEMThe problems associated with the title registration are not only peculiar in Nigeria, it is a universal problem and even more, pronounced in the area of study due to the increase of migration of people from rural areas to urban areas in search of greener pastures, countries like Marshalls land, Timor-Leste face worse title registration as compared to Nigeria. Lack of true and exact description of a legal right in land, absence of protection of right for all classes of landholders. However, this research work intends to examine why in the study area, land and refortifying its disputes are the problems associated with nonregistration of title as enumerated above.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVESThe aim of this research is to examine the problems associated with land registration in Uyo and to suggest ways of improving the process.To achieve this aim, the following objectives shall be pursued.i.    To review the concept of land registrationii.    To assess the land registration process in the study areaiii.    To identify the problems militating against effective re-land registration process.iv.    To assess the prospect of land registration in the study area andv.    To identify the problems associated with land registration and suggest ways of improving them.SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDYThe outcome of the study will help Uyo geographical information system (UGIS) and another related establishment toa)    Create a sound database that will be giving information to the property market.b)    To create a robust register for the structure of land use and land registration.c)    To subsidize the initial creation cost of land administration system (Obansa 2007)d)    To facilitate sustainable and standing land reforme)    To monitor development projects and the impact they have on the environment.f)     To have an update of and information in Uyo.SCOPE OF THE STUDYThe research is undertaken to examine the problems and prospect of land registration in Uyo (especially Uyo municipality) the choice of Uyo is motivate by;a)    Convenience since the researcher is familiar with the study area; this will determine the ease of data collectionb)    Uyo has a unique land problem because of the position as the capital of Akwa Ibom state.THE STUDY AREAHISTORICAL BACKGROUNDUyo is a city and local government area in south-south Nigeria and is the capital of Akwa Ibom State, a major oil-producing state. The town became the capital of Akwa Ibom State on September 23, 1987, following the creation of Akwa Ibom State from erstwhile Cross River State. The University of Uyo resides in this town. The population of Uyo, according to the 2006 Nigerian Census which comprises Uyo and Itu, is 436,606 while the urban area, including Uruan, is 554,906. The Land Use Act 1978 is the principal law guarding land acquisition, resettlement, and its allocation o all eligible Nigerians, private sector, government organization, and non-government organizations. It provides for the government to hold land for the use and common benefit of all Nigerians for the realization of equity, fairness, and justice in the control and management of land, resettlement, and compensation purposes. These ideas cannot be achieved without adequate and efficient land administration tools. One of those tools of course is reliable and up-to-date land records.


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