There are two types of rights to private land:
1) The right of possession (Possessory right), i.e. people who possess and usethe benefit of land will have the right to possess such land under the Civil and Commercial Code.
2) The second is deeded ownership by a person who has a title deed and documents concerning the land.
Nor Sor 2 is a document stating the government's permission
for person or legal entity to make use of land on a temporary basis. Under the state regulation, entity with Nor Sor 2 will have to utilize at least three-quarters of the awarded land plot within three years after the document issuance. The right is not transferable. After that, land occupants can seek the right to demand higher privileged title deed.
*[Nor Sor 3] and [Nor Sor 3 Gor]*
are legal certificates provided that any name shown on the title is a person who has the right to the land (according to the principle law). This right will be recognized by the law and can be used as evidence in any dispute with an ordinary person or the government.
[Nor Sor 3]
is an instrument certifying the use of land issued by the government to the proprietor of land not a possessory title, i.e. it is confirmed by law that a person holding [Nor Sor 3] has the legal right to possess the land.
This land title can be used as a legal document or to use the benefit of the land as an owner. [Nor Sor 3] is a floating map with no parcel points. It is issued for a specific plot of land and is not connected to other land plots. This causes problems in verifying the land area. Any legal acts must be publicized for 30 days.
[Nor Sor 3 Gor]
is a legal land title with the same legal basis as [Nor Sor 3]. The difference being that [Nor Sor 3 Gor] has parcel points on the map, and is set by using an aerial survey to set the points and the land area. It is possible to verify a nearby land area. It always uses the same scale of 1:5000. There is no need to publicize any legal acts, and it is possible to partition (divide) the land into smaller plots.
[Land Title Deed] some times called "cha note"
is a certificate for ownership of land. A person having their name shown on the deed has the legal right to the land, and can use it as evidence to confirm the right to government authorities. The title deed has been issued by using GPS to set the area and boundaries of the land, which is a very accurate method. Any legal acts may be done immediately, as per the right of ownership. Land partition of more than 9 plots must be carried out according to the Land Allotment Law, Section 286.
Miscelanous types of papers
[Sor Kor 1]
At present, the use of Sor Kor 1 has become very rare as the government's land ownership legislation has covered most area of the country is a notification form of possessed land. This is a certificate to show the right to the land. This maintains existing rights. Notification of [Sor Kor 1]; on December 1st 1954, the government advised all land proprietors to notify such possession to the government as per form [Sor Kor 1]. After it was proven that such a proprietor had possessed the land legally and used the benefit of the land, then the government would issue [Nor Sor 3] or [Nor Sor 3 Gor] as evidence.
[Por Bor Tor 6]
Is evidenced by the issuance of a tax number for the purpose of paying tax for using the benefit of the land. Such land has not yet been assessed as to the person’s right to possess such land. In the event that there is no title for the land, then it may be land in a conserved forest, public land or land which existed under [Sor Kor 1], [Nor Sor 3], [Nor Sor 3 Gor] or a title deed.
Any of these titles must have a [Por Bor Tor 6] as tax must be paid, the same as any land without a title. Purchase of such land is possible by handing over the possession of the land to the buyer along with the tax number. The right to land under [Por Bor Tor 6] can not be used as evidence in any dispute with authorities.
[Sor Por Gor 4-01]
is an allotment of land from the land reformative committee, and under no circumstances may this land be bought or sold. It may be transferred to heirs only.