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  1. Library Resource
    December, 2015

    This Law consisting of 5 articles aims at regulating the ownership of agricultural lands and orchards excluded from the previous settlement acts or still not settled within and out the boundaries of the Municipality of Baghdad. This in view of the urban development that has occurred on many agricultural lands that became not suitable for agricultural exploitation.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2009

    Het doel van dit onderzoek is voor het Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving het actualiseren van een landelijke grondprijskaart 2001 en een landelijke eigendomskaart 2004. Om te komen tot een landelijke eigendomskaart hebben we diverse bronbestanden verzameld en bewerkt. De gegevens van het Kadaster zijn het meest voor de hand liggende bronbestand, maar deze kwamen door de hoge verstrekkingskosten niet in beeld voor dit project.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 1927

    In olden times the diluvial sands of the southern Netherlands around the village nucleus formed widespread heaths, fens and bogs. On them the farmers had rights of grazing, and of digging peat and turf. In Saxon areas in the eastern Netherlands these lands became common property (marches or commons, Du. marken), while in the south, under the influence of French law, the land became municipal property.

    Over the centuries they were reclaimed on a small scale; new settlements and villages grew up.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 1959

    After a survey of the development of the thinking in the Netherlands on the appraisal of agricultural lands, there is an analysis of the Ricardian view on the land rent. Ricardo's concept of rent proved to be tied to some specific suppositions. To him the size of population was endogenous. Mol placed the land rent in five different models, drawn up by him. In the first a legal fixation of the rent, which differed from the equilibrium rent, resulted in a deviation from the optimum size of the plant. An increase in prices of agricultural produce brought about a rise in land rent.

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