A generic and reliable land acquisition protocol and software architecture for Sub-Saharan Africa countries

  • André Claude Bayomock Linwa
  • Jean-Marc Dali Lebi


Land acquisition is currently one of the main topics African Governments must handle. Land belongs generally to the first residents of the area. To claim ownership of a land, the owner must register their land and obtain the land title in urban areas or be recognized by rural community managers as the rightful owner. In the land acquisition process, land buyers face ownership and integrity challenges. Many people have been victims in the acquisition of a land by notoriously evil practice of multiple sale of the same land, falsified land title, false owner identification. In this paper, a Generic and Reliable Land Acquisition Architecture in Sub-Saharan Africa countries context is proposed. The platform keeps relevant land transaction information for administrators, managers, buyers, sellers, or for people consultation purpose. This information will be used in village, city, department, region, or country for land management decision making.


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eISSN: 1597-4316