As part of our series on laws relating to condominiums, last week we explained Nor Sor 4s (chanotes) and Sor Kor 1s. This week we will unscramble the letters in the most frequently encountered of the remaining title deeds, with a warning about squatter's rights thrown in.
Nor Sor 3 (NS3)
The NS3, also known as a certificate of use, sets out the title holder's rights to possess and use a designated plot of land. However, the boundaries of the land will not yet have been formally delineated by the land department, meaning that a GPS survey has not been undertaken and the plot is not marked with numbered posts. The result is that there will not be an overall survey of the area that accurately records its boundaries.
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