Kenya needs law on property rights
18 November 2011, 13:08
Nairobi – Capital News reports that the government has been challenged by a local think tank to develop a simplified legal framework that can help the public understand their rights as property users.
A report issued by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), opined that a more effective property rights system would make those rights more easily accessible to particularly individuals and small business in the country.
Kenya has a very weak property rights system has been abused, is subject to speculation and has led to high levels of corruption both in the public and private sectors.
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