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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1998
    Eswatini, Benin, Zambia, Bolivia, China, Italy
  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Eswatini, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Governor shall appoint a Commission to deal with concessions confirmed by the Chief Court. Any concession or grant on land conferring any of the rights listed in article 4 shall be suspended until further notification is made according to the provisions of this Act.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2014
    Zambia

    Zambia recognizes two types of land tenure: customary and leasehold tenure. While historically the majority of land in Zambia has been held under customary tenure, leases (also called leasehold titles) are the only legal means of holding land rights.

  4. Library Resource
    June, 2012
    Uganda

    Mixed evidence on the impact of formal title in much of Africa is often used to question the relevance of dealing with land policy issues in this continent. The authors use data from Uganda to assess the impact of a disaggregated set of rights on investment, productivity, and land values, and to test the hypothesis that individuals' lack of knowledge of the new law reduces their tenure security. Results point toward strong and positive effects of greater tenure security and transferability.

  5. Library Resource
    June, 2012
    Ethiopia

    Although many African countries have
    recently adopted highly innovative and pro-poor land laws,
    lack of implementation thwarts their potentially
    far-reaching impact on productivity, poverty reduction, and
    governance. The authors use a representative household
    survey from Ethiopia where, over a short period,
    certificates to more than 20 million plots were issued to
    describe the certification process, explore its incidence

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    January, 1938
    Africa, Eastern Africa, Kenya

    This Act makes provision for the administration of Trust land as defined by section 114 of the Constitution of Kenya, the setting apart of an area of Trust land for use and occupation for specified purposes, the use of Trust land and for other related purposes.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Eswatini, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Minister may dispose of Crown lands by grant, sale, lease or otherwise in such manner and on such conditions as he may deem advisable, and may grant any Crown land in exchange for any other land or interest therein. All rights to precious or base metals, precious stones, minerals or mineral products shall be excluded from the grant, sale, lease or other disposal of Crown lands.

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Eswatini, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Regulations contain a model form of the grant to be issued in respect of land sold under the authority of the Crown Land Disposal Act 1911.

    Implements: Crown Lands Disposal Act 1911 (No. 13 of 1911). (1911-03-11)

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Eswatini, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Special Commissioner appointed to exercise the duties imposed by this Act, shall set apart portions of land affected by any land concession or land concessions for the sole and exclusive use and occupation by Swazis, and shall for such purpose order the survey and demarcation of land. Further provisions concern the issue of freehold title in favour of concessionaires having (a) title to the ownership of land; or (b) a lease of land which is not less than ninety-year's duration under the conditions established in section 6 of the Regulation.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Eswatini, Southern Africa, Africa

    The Act establishes inter alia (a) the criteria to be taken into account in ascertaining the value of the property for the payment of transfer duty; (b) a list of costs and charges that do not form part of the valuation on which the duty is payable; (c) the deadline for the payment of the duty in case of sale, lease, exchange or donation, deferred possession, conditional sale, lease, exchange or donation, joint ownership. Exemptions from the transfer duty shall be allowed in the cases and to the extent provided for in Section 13.

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