LAND TENURE AND IMPROVEMENT
The LTI component seeks to secure the tenurial status of the farmers and farmworkers in the lands they till. This involves the following:
A. LAND ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION (LAD)
This involves the redistribution of private agricultural lands (PAL) and non- private agricultural lands (refers to distributed settlements and government owned lands). It utilizes the acquisition scheme of Voluntary Offer to Sell (VOS), Voluntary Land Transfer (VLT), Compulsory Acquisition (CA), and those foreclosed by government financing institutions (GFIs).
B. LAND USE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (LUMD)
This is a preliminary activity to land distribution which involves the conduct of subdivision survey for individual landholdings to be awarded to qualified Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries.
OTHER LTI SERVICES
A. SUBDIVISION OF COLLECTIVE CLOAs INTO INDIVIDUAL CLOA
This is a post-LAD activity that deals with the fragmentation of mother CLOA into individual CLOAs.
B. REDOCUMENTATION SUBDIVIDED COLLECTIVE CLOA INTO INDIVIDUAL CLOA
This refers to the subdivision survey and redocumentation of individual CLOAs out of the subdivided mother CLOA.
C. LEASEHOLD OPERATIONS PROGRAM
Leasehold program is a non-land transfer program. This involves placing of areas under leasehold tenancy as evidenced by the establishment of a leasehold contract between farmers and landowners
D. DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET DOCUMENTED AND DISTRIBUTED BUT NOT YET PAID (DNYD/DNYP)
Distributed But Not Yet Documented (DNYD) are landholdings where claims are still at the level of the DAR for completion of required documents prior to submission to LBP for land valuation while Distributed But Not Yet Paid (DNYP) lands pertain to landholdings where claims have been transmitted by DAR to LBP but lack pre-payment requirements before payments are released to the landowners.