The changing process of land which increases land related activities need to be identified, planned, and controlled. Government through their institutions has played important role in dealing with this issue where land use planning and registration-cadastre are part of it. Since public officials are the major component of government institution, the possibility of misuse the authority is widely open. Further, it can lead to an illicit behavior such as corruption to gain private benefits. This book, therefore, provides a comprehensive analysis to identify the causes of corruption prevails in land use planning and land registration-cadastre process. It also shows the posts of corruption in each process. At the end, this book tries to identify the consequences of corruption for different groups as well as some recommendations that can be used to fight corruption in land related activities. The analyses and findings should be useful to the professionals who are dealing with corruption issues in land sectors and to give the awareness to the involved stakeholders that corruption exist and contribute to different levels of development.