4 edition of The Public Concept of Land Ownership found in the catalog.
The Public Concept of Land Ownership
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Bernd Von Hoffmann (Editor), Myong Chan Hwang (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||229|
Dr Pieter Mulder has courted great controversy with comments that black South Africans have no historical claim to land in the Northern and Western Cape and also that blacks own a greater share of the country’s land than the government admits. His comments come against claims that whites owned 87 percent of South Africa’s land and that little progress has been made in changing this picture. This study, in nineteen chapters, deals with the various issues pertaining to land law in Nigeria. Namely: Concept of ownership; ownership and communal land holding under customary land tenure; individual land ownership; family land ownership; alienation under customary law; nature of customary tenancy; pledge; the law of property; an overview of the effect of the Land Use Act on customary.
A brief treatment of property follows. For full treatment, see property law. Every known legal system has rules that deal with the relations among persons with respect to (at least) tangible things. The extraordinary diversity of the property systems of non-Western societies, however, suggests that any concept of property other than the descriptive one is dependent on the culture in which it. primary distinction between the legal concepts of land and real estate is that: land does not include man-made structures. primary distinction between the legal concepts of real estate and real property is. real property includes the ownership of a bundle of rights.
But if the common law of property defines and protects private rights — the rights of owners with respect to each other — it also serves as a guide for the proper scope and limits of public. The philosophical basis of Georgism dates back to several early thinkers such as John Locke, Baruch Spinoza, and Thomas Paine, but the concept of gaining public revenues mainly from land and natural resource privileges was widely popularized by Henry George .
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These public policy measures are understood in Korea as the «Public Concept of Land Ownership». The Korean reports collected in this book explain in detail this concept and measure it by its economic efficiency as well as by its constitutionality.
A part of the German reports describes how the same legal questions are dealt with under German law. Owning the Earth: The Transforming History of Land Ownership and millions of other books are available for instant access.
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Session II: Function of „Public Concept of Land Ownership" 41 - The Effect o/Land Säle by the Acts on the Basis ofthe Public 41 Concept Land Policies by Prof. Seokin Huang - A Comparative Lawyer looks at the „ Public Concept of 56 Land Ownership "by Prof. Bernd von Hoffmann - Discussion 69 Session HI: Content of „Public Concept.
This book responds to a congressional request to evaluated criteria by which land is acquired under the Land and Water Conservation Fund. The committee reviews criteria and procedures by which four agencies acquire lands for conservation; examines the historic, public policy, and scientific bases of criteria and compares them with nongovernmental organizations; and assesses the effectiveness.
Concepts of land and land ownership The concept of land ownership – as Australia and New Zealand understand and practise it – is not universal and there are many other forms of The Public Concept of Land Ownership book [ existing in different cultures throughout the world.
Many are quite informal in the way they operate. Consequently, under English land law, the right to remain in control of land depends on a better possession or seisin, rather than on any notion of trespass. It does not base its remedies for trespass on the abstract notion of ownership.
PUBLIC POLICY IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE - Land Ownership and Property Rights - Montaner Larson, Janelle B. ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) land reform is to promote equity. While it may also induce growth, the primary motivation is to reduce poverty by reducing inequality.
Under this definition, colonization schemesFile Size: KB. Buy Owning the Earth: The Transforming History of Land Ownership 1st UK Edition by Linklater, Andro (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(38).
Stealing is a meaningless concept if things aren't owned. Many of the Native Americans believed in private property too. (The Sioux in fact had a very intracit system of private property rights that had evolved in their culture.) I think the ideas of private ownership, and justice are concepts kind of engrained into peoples.
General Concepts of Land Ownership 1. GENERAL CONCEPTS OF LAND OWNERSHIP CHAPTER II OF LAND LAW 2. MEANING OF LAND • Dictionary: ‘Solid part of the earth’s surface, distinguish from sea/water or air’ • S.
5 NLC 1. Surface of earth & substances forming it 2. Below earth’s surface 3. So private property is continually in need of public justification—first, because it empowers individuals to make decisions about the use of scarce resource in a way that is not necessarily sensitive to others’ needs or the public good; and second, because it does not merely permit that but deploys public force at public expense to uphold it.
Land law is concerned with the nature of the right involved in the ownership of land, the legal definition is; “Land” includes land of any tenure, and mines and minerals, whether or not held apart from the surface, buildings or parts of buildings (whether the division is horizontal, vertical or made in any other way) and other corporeal hereditaments; also a manor, an advowson, and a rent.
The traditional content of English land law relates to property rights that derive from common law, equity and the registration system. Ordinarily, ownership of land is acquired by a contract of sale, and to complete a purchase, the buyer must formally register their interest with HM Land Registry.
Please note: Although some of these records have been digitized and made available online, there are many records that are only available in paper or microfilm format at NARA locations.
The access to and acquisition of land drove much of American history. From wars, treaties, immigration, and settlement, land is interwoven into the very core of what it means to be America. The land and property industry has its own language. Many words, idioms, and phrases are based on the law, while others are more common words that have a certain meaning when used in relation to land and property records, either current or tanding this special terminology is essential for correctly interpreting the meaning and purpose of any individual land transaction.
The Economic Concept of Ownership “We may speak of a person owning land and using it as a factor of production,” writes Nobel laureate Ronald Coase in his essay on “The Problem of Social Cost,” “but what the owner in fact possesses is the right to perform certain (physical) actions.”Author: Gary Pecquet.
property law: Unitary and nonunitary concepts of ownership In the civil-law tradition the ownership concept is understood in a unitary fashion. Civilians (including those in postcommunist legal systems such as Russia’s) commonly refer to the “triad of ownership,” which comprises the owner’s rights to possess, use, and dispose of a thing.
in that property. The concept of ownership comprises the bundle of rights: possession, control or use, enjoyment and disposition.
Ownership of real estate must always be vested in either public or private parties. Publicly owned real estate is held by federal, state or local government entities for such things as. MEANING OF OWNERSHIP. Ownership of property is a multidimensional concept. An owner is any person or group of persons who has the right to exercise power over property, be it in the form of chattels (i.e.
personal goods such as clothing, furniture etc) or real property (i.e. land, buildings and other improvements on lands). Hence the ownership of private property is one of the major causes of the existence of the state. Once men form states, the government is expected to rule in the public good and not for its own good, and one of the ways it fulfills this charge is by regulating property so as to make it secure.Common property is a third category of ownership.
Common property consists of benefit streams that are jointly owned and/or managed. Grazing on public lands or fishing on the open seas are examples of different types of common property ownership, jointly sharing the benefit streams between public .PSM 8 - Basic Principles of Property Law in SA 4 of 50 MODULE CONTENT 1 Introduction Introduction to the Law of Property Things as legal objects Property rights, real rights and creditor’s rights 2 Ownership Introduction to ownership Co-ownership Statutory land use Limitations on ownershipFile Size: KB.