After extensive research two articles were published in the Ceylon Daily Newspaper on the 23rd and the 27th of November 2015, on land fraud (please see PDF of articles below), land dispossession and the associated solutions and problems. We are at present attempting to setup a free Legal Advice Centre in collaboration with APIIT Law School, not just on land fraud but also to address other issues. The Legal Advice Centre will be run by Student Advisors, while being supervised by the senior lecturer at APIIT Mrs Marini de Livera. Before Student Advisors can begin conducting client interviews, the IHR will arrange for training on various aspects such as Clinical Legal skills, client interviewing skills, classes on various legal topics, etc. This legal advice centre will solely focus on providing legal advice, which means we will not provide legal representation. CHA also hopes to collaborate with Legal Aid, as we will potentially be providing our services to their backlog of clients. We also intend to host educational programs on the Land Registration system in place in Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Land Registry.