2 edition of Customary land tenure and decentralisation in Papua New Guinea found in the catalog.
Customary land tenure and decentralisation in Papua New Guinea
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|LC Classifications||KWH66.3 .P69 2011|
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|LC Control Number||2011293367|
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Customary land tenure: Registration and decentralisation in Papua New Guinea (Monograph 29) [Peter Larmour] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. "Chapter Seven. PapuaNew Guinea and the Legal Methodsfor Maintaining Customary Land Tenure" published on 01 Jan by Brill | : David Lea.
Valuation and registration of customary land in Papua New Guinea David () Customary Land Tenure in Papua New Guinea: what does it This book argues that notions of the country’s.
Get this from a library. Customary land tenure: registration and decentralisation in Papua Customary land tenure and decentralisation in Papua New Guinea book Guinea.
[Peter Larmour;]. This book is devoted to an analysis of different land tenure strategies in Papua New Guinea and provides a mixture of philosophical, approved.
Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Papua New Guinea and Australia: Anthropological Perspectives (PDF, KB) – James F. Weiner and Katie Glaskin doi A Legal Regime for Issuing Group Titles to Customary Land: Lessons from. The book concludes with examination of the scope for land registration in Papua New Guinea with reference to developments in Kenya that transformed customary ownership across much of the country into individual private ownership, and, in the Appendix, to the impact of the reversion from titled to customary land Author: David Lea, Timothy Curtin.
Get this from a library. Land: customary ownership vs. state control in Papua New Guinea and Australia. [John Waiko; University of New South Wales. Centre for South Pacific Studies.]. The National Research Institute is working with the PNG government to find an alternative system to manage customary land, and issue customary land leases.
Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. It is also one of the most rural, as only 18 per cent of its people live in urban centres.