15-year NCR land dispute settled


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  • Wednesday, 23 Mar 2016

KOTA KINABALU: A festive atmosphere prevailed outside the Kota Kinabalu court complex here after a court initiated mediation resolved a Native Customary Rights (NCR) land dispute dating back 15 years.

Members of the Kadazandusun community from the remote interior Tongod district performed their sumazau dance as High Court judge Datuk Douglas Primus formalised the settlement in the form of a consent judgment yesterday.

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