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  1. Library Resource
    Constitution
    December, 2016
    Ivory Coast

    Constitution of Côte d'Ivoire 2016

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    February, 2015
    South Africa

    The draft report on the public hearings on the Implementation of the Recapitalization and Development Programme (RDP) of the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (the Department) was presented before the Committee for approval and comments. The main issues that arose in the approval of the draft report were the oversight role of the Committee, sustainability and implementation.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    February, 2015
    South Africa

    The Committee received submissions from the Langa Livestock Farmers Association, The Congress of South African Trade Unions and its affiliate, the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union, the Legal Resources Centre and the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies on the second day of public hearings on the Recapitalisation and Development Programme (RADP).

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    February, 2015
    South Africa

    The Chairperson introduced the first day of public hearings on the Recapitalisation and Development Programme (RADP) in the agricultural sector by noting that the Committee had done oversight in the Northern Cape of the farms that were beneficiaries of the programme, and now wanted to hear the outcomes of the independent evaluation of the programme, and also hear from beneficiaries.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    December, 1948
    India

    This Act may be called the [Maharashtra Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act].

    (2) It extends to the [ Bombay area of the State of Maharashtra ].

    This act describes the legal definition of the land and the context related to land. This act also highlights the rights and laws related to land in Maharashtra, India.

    This act has been ammended several times as per the need of the hour in sucessive years. 

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    March, 1962
    India

    Report presents the Act of 1961 and its ammendemnets in the sucessive years. 

    The Bill has been prepared with a view to introducing a common law relating to tenancy and other allied matters throughout the new State of Mysore in replacement of the following Acts which are in force in the several areas:—

    1. The Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948, as in force in the Bombay Area;

    2. The Hyderabad Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1950, as in force in the Hyderabad Area;

  7. Library Resource
    National Policies
    March, 2015
    Uganda

    The Uganda National Land Policy (NLP) Implementation Action Plan is a deliberate resolution by the Government of Uganda to address major challenges that have hindered the implementation of land reforms, thereby impeding the optimal utilisation of land for socio-economic development and transformation. Although successive post-independence governments have made numerous efforts to streamline land governance and reconfigure the role of land in national development, the majority of these efforts have failed to address underlying issues and have thus remained unimplemented to date.

  8. Library Resource
    World Bank
    Legislation & Policies
    June, 2009
    Global

    This article examines the evolution of policy recommendations concerning rural land issues since the formulation of the World Bank’s “Land Reform Policy Paper” in 1975. That paper set out three guiding principles: the desirability of owner-operated family farms; the need for markets to permit land to be transferred to more productive users; and the importance of an egalitarian asset distribution.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    September, 2005
    India

    This Hindu Succession Act Amendment made in 2005 was to grant, among others, rights to women to inherit agricultural land of the parents and husband. Under this amendment the daughters, including married daughters, are coparceners in joint family property, with the same birth right as sons, to share, claim partition, and (by presumption) to become karta (managers), while also sharing the liabilities. This would be applicable for Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains religious communities of India.

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