A LAND inspector and two other people were arrested during an Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) inquiry into whether Yuen Long villagers bribed officials over house entitlements, it was revealed yesterday. The ICAC searched a number of premises during the operation on Thursday. An ICAC statement said: ''The arrests were made in connection with allegations that bribes were paid to certain staff members of the District Lands Office, Yuen Long, in order that indigenous villagers could obtain more than one small house entitlement by concealing their previous successful applications.'' The suspects were last night released on bail of between $10,000 and $50,000. The operation is the second in 10 days in which staff of the Buildings and Lands Department have been investigated. Last week, ICAC officers raided 52 premises and arrested two government surveyors and 12 others who have been released on bail.