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Conflict Management in the


Utilisation of Nongplap Public
Grazing Land, Prutai,
Bantakhun, Surattani

Sujaree wichaidis

Email.Dang-takun@hotmail.com

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Abstract
The purposes of this research were to
study the conflict conditions in the
utilisation of the public land and the
guideline of solving conflicts between the
people and the government, and to find the
conclusions and solutions to using
Nhongplab public land for grazing. The
samples of this research were the officials
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of Pruthai Subdistrict Administrative
Organisation and the people who made
their living from Nongplap public grazing
land of 90 households. The tools used in
this study were the questionnaires and
analysis of the data in descriptive form. The
research findings were summarised as
follows: Originally, the Nhongplap public
grazing land was an empty land,
unoccupied and there was no evidence of
any ownership. So, the villagers put the
land to agricultural use since B.E. 2495.
After that, the Subdistrict Administrative
Organisational came to survey the area,
reserved an area of 600 acres as a public
area, and offered the deeds to use the rest
to the villagers. However, it appeared that
people in the area refused because they did
not want to lose the right to use the land.
Everyone wanted the deeds of a piece of
land so they gathered to complain through
the district to seek out ways to attain the
proof of right in said area causing conflicts
from then to the present time. The
underlying reason behind the conflicts that
caused the villager to invade the land was
the vagueness of the public, since the area
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was originally an empty space where
residents could occupy the land and that
government knew all along but never took
any action. Hence, it made the villager
protest against the governments action
and it was the duty of government to find
the way to resolve said disputes, which
might intensify if the government began to
make an actual action since people
understood that the land was a public space
where anyone could use it without any
permission issued and some even
understood that, if they occupied the land
for many years, they could apply for the
ownership of the land.
Key Word: Conflict Management, Public
Land

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