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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2013
    Cambodia, Laos

    In 2001 a new Land Law was adopted in Cambodia. It was significant because - for the first time - it recognised a new legal category of people, Indigenous Peoples or chuncheat daoem pheak tech in Khmer, and it also introduced the legal concept of communal land rights to Cambodia. Indigenous Peoples are not mentioned in the 1993 constitution of Cambodia or any legislation pre-dating the 2001 Land Law. However, Cambodia's 2002 Forestry Law also followed the trend by recognising Indigenous Peoples.

  2. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2018
    United States of America

    In 2005, massive hurricanes battered communities along the Gulf Coast of the United States. In the aftermath, thousands of families who lived on land passed down to them informally by parents and grandparents learned that because they lacked clear formal title to their properties, they were ineligible for disaster assistance to rebuild their homes. Related title issues in other regions kept families from developing inherited lands and allowed predatory developers to use court-ordered partition sales to grab long-held properties for pennies on the dollar.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    Training Resources & Tools
    March, 2016
    Global

    4. STDM-Online, the Social Tenure Domain Model on the Web - Paper

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Belarus, Eastern Europe, Europe

    Item 3 regarding certification of land ownership shall be supplemented with the following phrase: “Shall be certified by a state land registration certificate.”

    Amends: Joint Decree No. 303/9 of the Council of Ministers and of the National Bank validating the Regulation on transfer of land plots in private ownership in mortgage for land based credit. (2000-03-07)

  5. Library Resource
    August, 2012
    Kosovo

    When designing and implementing a
    project in a conflict-affected country, some of the
    conflict's more obvious impacts-damage to
    infrastructure and energy supplies, are apt to immediately
    come to mind. However, based on the experiences with the
    Kosovo privatization program, there are additional problems
    related to a conflict's aftermath that may be
    overlooked during a project's design but which should

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2012
    Cambodia

    Despite the tens of millions of dollars in aid and concessional loans being spent in Cambodia with the ostensible aim of securing land tenure and making the management of land and natural resources more equitable and sustainable, the evidence shows that tenure insecurity, forced evictions and large-scale land grabbing are escalating to alarming levels.

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