land tenure


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Noun1.land tenure - the right to hold property; part of an ancient hierarchical system of holding lands
legal right - a right based in law
copyhold - a medieval form of land tenure in England; a copyhold was a parcel of land granted to a peasant by the lord of the manor in return for agricultural services
freehold - tenure by which land is held in fee simple or for life
villeinage - tenure by which a villein held land
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Pastoralists, native title holders, investors and community members are invited to take part in a series of information sessions about the State Government's land tenure policy for irrigated agricultural projects.
First, Constitution prescribes a three-category land tenure system divided in to public land, community land, and private land.
State trust land management agencies are poised to make better use of conservation mechanisms including conservation sales and leases through easements or outright fee-simple purchases, ecosystems services markets, and land tenure and exchange, according to the Policy Focus Report Conserving State Trust Lands: Strategies for the Intermountain West, co-authored by Susan Culp and Joe Marlow.
It's a tremendous group of many of the top upcoming and established players and companies in our business," said k Matt Schmeelk of National Land Tenure, who is one of the co-chairs of the event, along with Arvind Chary of Atlas Real Estate Partners.
Myers will oversee Cloudburst's growing practice area supporting private sector clients in improving their policies and practices for managing land tenure and property rights issues related to their investments.
Buffalo burgers may soon be on the menu at a drive-thru near you if the Indian Land Tenure Foundation has its way.
That this radical land redistribution, emphasizing improved land tenure security, along with greater access to land for women occurred in the context of Western sanctions makes it more impressive.
Land tenure reform on Cape York is being progressed with the Queensland government committing $11.
According to the Washington Post, the company would launch independent assessments of its top 16 sugar-supplying countries where Oxfam feels risks exist for land tenure violations.
As one of Haiti's leading donors, the IDB is currently financing investment projects in the agriculture sector totaling more than $200 million, including crop intensification, irrigation, rural value chains, farming technology transfers, land tenure clarification and watershed management.
In part two, Wright uses his model to analyze land and property ethics in biblical society, employing the traditional categories of rights and responsibilities to examine questions of land tenure and alienability, redemption of familial holdings, and the status of those, both human and animal, who labor on the land.
The criteria are comprehensive, covering not only the usual silvicultural questions such as cutting rates and rotations, but also social questions such as land tenure, impact on local peoples, and control of colonization along logging roads.