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  • The identity of land in the Pretoria District, 19 June 1913 : implications for land restitution
  • Blacks ; Land ; Land rights ; Landed estate ; Pretoria ; South Africa ; Witwatersrand ; Years 1910-19
  • A reconstruction of African rights to land in the Pretoria District in 1913 is presented from a wide range of sources. The date represents the cut off date for claims for the restitution of land rights in South Africa under the Restitution of Land
  • Rights Act of 1994, and so is significant for the official process. It is shown that the extent of land rights is far more extensive than was previously thought and that the potential for claims may similarly be more extensive than anticipated
  • by the government. The rights were also more complex and difficult with precision. - (AJC)
  • The silent articulation of private land rights in Soviet Estonia : a geographical perspective
  • Estonia ; Ideology ; Land ; Land rights ; Landed property ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics
  • Drawing on cartographical analyses and interviews made in the rural district of Muhu, the paper demonstrates that people who owned land before the Soviet occupation kept track of the offically annulled pre-Soviet land rights, by relating to inertial
  • landscape elements as memory-aids. To local inhabitants the landscape provided evidence in support of the idea of legal continuity of pre-Soviet land rights. The post-Soviet land restitution reform implied a re-discovery or re-expression of property rights
  • Where to draw the line : mapping of land rights in a South African commons
  • Cadastral survey ; Common land ; Land ; Land rights ; Northern Cape ; South Africa ; Survey
  • Indigenous political and property rights and economic/environmental reform in northwest Siberia
  • Asian part of Russia ; Economic reform ; Energy resources ; Environmental conservation ; Minority ; Natural gas ; Property right ; Regional economy ; West Siberia
  • construction are disrupting operations based on seasonal migration within sovhhozy. Several variants for the transfer of land rights from state farm ownership to private entities.
  • Changes affecting land tenure relationships and traditional economies of northern peoples as a result of oil and gas development. Particular emphasis is placed on the Yamal Peninsula, where economic transition, natural gas extraction, and pipeline
  • Plantation agriculture and the formulation of native land rights in British North Borneo c. 1880-1930
  • Historical geography ; Land rights ; Land;Real estate ; Malaysia ; Nineteenth Century ; Plantation ; Sabah ; Twentieth Century
  • Introduction : real rights to the city—cases of property rights changes towards equity in Eastern Asia : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Acquiring property ; China ; Japan ; Land ; Land policy ; Land reform ; Land tenure ; Property right ; Role of the State ; Town ; Urban policy ; Vietnam
  • Land use and land rights in the West African savannah : The Senufo in northern Côte d'Ivoire
  • Agrarian structure ; Agricultural land use ; Agricultural work ; Agriculture ; Cultivated plants ; Farming system ; Ivory Coast ; Land ; Land rights ; Land tenure ; Land use ; Peasantry ; Savanna
  • Environmental policy, land rights, and conflict : rethinking community natural resource management programs in Burkina Faso
  • Burkina ; Conflict ; Ethnic community ; Land ; Land rights ; Land tenure ; Natural resources ; Nature conservation ; Resource management ; Terroir ; Village
  • land-tenure relations have failed. Land has become a major site of conflict. Tension had increased among ethnic and generational groups and fostered mistrust of the motivations of environmental projects.
  • Land rights in conservation areas in Tanzania
  • Conflict ; Custom ; Land ; Land rights ; Land tenure ; Land use ; Legislation ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Nature reserve ; Rural community ; Tanzania
  • Right to food, right to the city : household urban agriculture, and socionatural metabolism in Managua, Nicaragua
  • Appropriation of land ; Nicaragua ; Production of space ; Right to the city ; Suburban agriculture ; Urban area
  • The intersection of corporate social responsibility guidelines and indigenous rights : examining neoliberal governance of a proposed mining project in Suriname
  • Aborigines ; Decision making process ; Firm ; Human rights ; Management ; Mining activity ; Neo liberalism ; Project ; Social responsibility ; Surinam
  • assessments, indigenous rights to land. Theses exchanges illustrate the socio-political, as well as economic positioning of these actors. Their outcomes reflect different degrees of power that these actors hold in such contexts. This dialogue is a lens
  • The study documents the debates, issues of accountability, and different interpretations of corporate social responsibility (CSR) between NGOs representing indigenous rights and a mining corporation. The debates focus on environmental impact
  • Land rights for residential development in Jakarta, Indonesia: the colonial roots of contemporary urban dualism
  • Colonization ; Indonesia ; Jakarta ; Jawa ; Land ; Land market ; Land rights ; Legislation ; Squatter ; Urban development ; Urban society
  • Land development in the United Kingdom : private property rights and public policy objectives
  • Externalities ; Land ; Land development ; Land use ; Planning ; Private property ; Property right ; Public policy ; United Kingdom
  • Coastal environment ; Common land ; Commons ; Land ; Land use ; Landscape ; Multifunctionality ; Production ; Property right ; Resource management ; Underground water ; land use ; multifunctionality ; property rights ; regulation
  • spawned a process however where land use rights and landowner rights aggregated into the modern form of private ownership of individual farms with full management and owner rights. This process had obvious rationales in terms of production of marketable
  • Land areas in collective ownership or use are traditionally referred to as commons. Through history, the common use and ownership has been a widespread means of regulating the use of natural resources. Changing economic conditions and technology
  • Ethnicity, corruption and violence in urban land conflict in Kenya
  • Community ; Conflict ; Corruption ; Cultural studies ; Ethnicity ; Kenya ; Land ; Land market ; Land rights ; Nairobi ; Settlement ; Violence
  • the character of violence involved. At the same time, they reveal new details of competition for urban land rights. In these cases, land conflict seemed to promote corruption and the use of ethnicity, while corruption and ethnicity were able to alter
  • The stories of land matters in four lower income settlements in Nairobi, Kenya, drawn from extensive interviews with their occupants and officials and field observations, shed light on the roles of corruption and ethnicity in land conflictsand
  • Transitional property rights and local developmental history in China : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • China ; Cultural heritage ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Household ; Housing policy ; Land ; Land policy ; Land reform ; Property right ; Rehousing ; South-Eastern China ; Urban development ; Urbanization
  • Property rights reforms and changing grassroots governance in China’s urban—rural peripheries : the case of Changping district in Beijing : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Beijing ; China ; Cooperative ; Economic geography ; Governance ; Land ; Land reform ; Land use ; Northern China ; Periurban development ; Property right ; Role of the State ; Urbanization ; Village
  • Evolving property rights in Japan : patterns and logics of change : Property rights in transition
  • Property rights in transition
  • Japan ; Land ; Land management ; Land policy ; Path dependence ; Property right ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban growth ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • In the way of development : indigenous land-rights issues in Malaysia
  • Aborigines ; Custom ; Development ; Government policy ; Land ; Land rights ; Malaysia ; Non-governmental organization ; Poverty ; Rural community ; Territorial identity
  • Re-claiming land in the Gambia : gendered property rights and environmental intervention
  • Agricultural work ; Agriculture ; Agroforestry ; Division of labour ; Gambia (The) ; Land ; Land rights ; Project ; Resource management ; Rural development ; Water management ; Woman