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  1. Library Resource
    National Policies
    April, 2004

    L’objectif général de la Politique Foncière Agricole (PFA) du Mali est d’assurer l’accès équitable de tous les producteurs maliens (hommes et femmes) et des autres utilisateurs aux terres agricoles aménagées bien gérées et sécurisées dans un environnement de bonne gouvernance foncière afin de favoriser des investissements publics, communautaires, individuels et privés maîtrisés susceptibles de rendre les différentes formes d’exploitation plus performantes et viables dans une perspective de souveraineté alimentaire durable.La PFA oeuvre à des systèmes agricoles inclusifs et efficaces.

  2. Library Resource
    January, 2004
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    This Act sets forth provisions on application to the Court for a declaration of possessory title in Article 3, content of application in accordance with Form 1 of the First Schedule in Article 4, written statement of the applicant and of at least two other persons having knowledge of the applicant’s adverse possession of the piece or parcel of land annexed to the application in Article 5, plan of the piece or parcel of land authenticated by the signature of the Chief Surveyor annexed to the application in Article 6, publication of notice in the newspapers in Article 7, service on all owners

  3. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2005

    The overall impact that the National Sustainable Development Strategy (NSDS) seeks to make is captured in the people’s vision for development and is stated as follows: “A future where individual, community, business and government partnerships contribute to a sustainable quality of life for all Nauruans”.The five long-term goals for Nauru remain unchanged from the 2005 NSDS.

  4. Library Resource
    November, 2004

    This Land Code stipulates that land shall be public property protected by the state and shall be rationally and efficiently managed. It regulates land relations and applies to natural and legal foreign and domestic persons and to foreign states and international organizations.

  5. Library Resource
    December, 2004

    This Act aims at utilizing land more appropriately with regard to transportations, economics, social, the environment and communities, and so as to be in line with urban planning. The Act consists of 89 Sections.A Land Readjustment Committee shall be appointed. Section 6 provides the the Committee's powers and duties, including: (1) Formulate policies, establish goals and important measures relating to Land Readjustment; (2) Approve master plans and target areas for Land Readjustment; etc. The Land Readjustment Association shall be appointed to implement the Land Readjustment Projects.

  6. Library Resource
    March, 2004

    La présente loi fixe fixant les principes généraux applicables aux régimes domanial et foncier, notamment aux droits des personnes physiques, morales et publiques (Etat, collectivités territoriales et établissement publics), et privées sur la propriété les sols (droits réels y afférents, les droits résultant du transfert du transfert de propriété, entre vifs ou en cas de succession).

  7. Library Resource
    July, 2004

    La presente Ley tiene por objeto la creación del Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo Rural y de la Tierra (INDERT), cuya misión consistirá en promover la integración armónica de la población campesina al desarrollo económico y social de la Nación.

  8. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2004

    Le présent guide sur La décentralisation et l'impôt sur la propriété rurale a été préparé pour aider les administrateurs des terres qui participent à la conception et à la mise en œuvre de systèmes d'imposition sur la propriété rurale. Les institutions foncières sont de plus en plus souvent appelées à soutenir la décentralisation des services vers les collectivités locales. L'un des objectifs de la décentralisation est d'améliorer la prestation de services au niveau administratif le plus proche de ces services.

  9. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2004
    United States of America, Samoa, Chile, Peru, Namibia, Indonesia, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, Iceland, Uruguay, New Zealand, Morocco, Japan, South Africa, Nicaragua, Italy, Ecuador, Norway, Papua New Guinea

    In recent years, the traditional public right to fish in dital waters has been supplanted by limitations on access to the stocks, particularly for commercial fishers. This is achieved by statutory schemes establishing rights of varying natures. Where these rights are fully established, they highlight the legal characteristics of property. This study is a contribution by the FAO Development Law Service to teh discussion on rights-based systems in fisheries management from a legal perspective.

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