Guyana: AG says law changes coming to deter land sale fraud

Only days after recommendations by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) that this country should urgently look at reforming the Deeds Registry Act to protect homeowners and buyers from fraud, Attorney General Anil Nandlall says plans are in motion to formulate the necessary amendments.

“After the budget the debates are concluded, I intend to carefully consider the recommendations made by the CCJ with a view of crafting suitable amendments,” Nandlall told Stabroek News yesterday in an interview.

“I have already spoken to the Secretary of the Guyana Bar Association, Ms. Pauline Chase, and I have requested that the Bar assemble a small unit to examine this matter, and after consultation with the wider bar, to make recommendations for reform,” he added.


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