The paper presents the dilemma of land administration in general and land registration in particular, which are some of the weakened capacities due to occupation in Palestine. Since an adequate, credible and sustainable land registration system is the foundation of any developmental scheme that affects the many social, demographic, economic and environmental aspects of the society, it has been treated as a taboo issue in reference of its anticipated potentials that might have extended to the original residents to develop their communities in locations considered by the occupying powers sensitive and vital.

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