1 edition of Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act, 2002 found in the catalog.
Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act, 2002
by Land, Environment, and Development Project, Legal Assistance Centre, and the Advocacy Unit, Namibia National Farmers" Union in Windhoek, Namibia
Written in English
|Other titles||Communal Land Reform Act, 2002|
|LC Classifications||KSY2562.A312002 M35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||2011349115|
THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF LAND REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA AND EARLY POLICIES. HJ Kloppers and GJ Pienaar*. SUMMARY. The need for the current land reform programme arose from the racially discriminatory laws and practices which were in place for the largest part of the twentieth century, especially those related to land ownership. All books in this flagship series contain carefully selected substantial extracts from key cases, legislation, and academic debate, providing able students with a stand-alone resource. This chapter explores the acquisition question in relation to the family home through an analysis of the doctrines of resulting and constructive trusts. The chapter explains the different initial .
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GUIDE Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act, (No. 5 of ) The Communal Land Reform Act, (No. 5 of ), came into effect on 1 March Several consultations with stakeholders took place with the aim of incorporating as many views as possible and also to seek consensus on issues relating to communal land Size: 3MB.
the National Assembly and the National Council led to the enactment of the Communal Land Reform Act on 1 March The Communal Land Reform Act deals with access to rural land in communal areas.
It regulates the allocation of land rights and the establishment of Communal Land Boards in all communal areas of the country. Get this from a library. Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act, no. 5 of [Johann Malan; Namibia.]. Title: Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act: Act No. 5 of Authors: Johann Malan, Namibia, Namibia National Farmers' Union.
Advocacy Unit: Publisher: Land, Environment, and Developement Project, Legal Assistance Centre and the Advocacy Unit, Namibia National Farmers Union, Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act: Act no 5 of 1st ed. Windhoek, Namibia: Legal Assistance Centre, Shelf no.
G Author: Laureen Rushby. They also did not receive any cases regarding land grabbing in the third term of this CLB (interv headman/CLB member (21 December )). Section 26 of the Communal Land Reform Act While the Communal Land Rights Act relies on 'traditional councils' with a majority of non-elected members, Trancraa was enacted in the context of the White Paper of.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. With the enactment of the new Constitution and the adoption of the Kenya National Land Policy, most of the problems associated with land in Kenya will begin to be resolved.
The new Constitution (Chapter 5 Sections 60 - 68) classifies land into public, private and community and points out that all land in Kenya belongs to the people collectively as a nation, communities. Agricultural Land Holding Account (ALHA): The ALHA was established in terms of the Provision of Land and Assistance Act ofwhich gives legal effect to the proactive acquisition of land, where the Minister may, from money appropriated by Parliament for this purpose, acquire land for the purposes of this Act.
Therefore the State will. Communal Land in Namibia. The Communal Land Reform Act () (CLRA) underlines the facts that all communal land areas vest in (belong to) the State, and that the land is kept in trust for the benefit of the traditional communities living in those areas (Guide to the Communal Land Reform Act, Legal Assistance Center, NNFU ()).
This Act, however, is practically dormant as the relevant ministry does not use this powerful tool for the betterment of communal farming. The Communal Land Reform Act in turn identifies the. A few days before the summer recess of the National Assembly, Land Reform Minster Utoni Nujoma introduced the long awaited, new Bill for agricultural and communal (rural) land.
The Bill merges the existing Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act of and the Communal Land Reform Act of Introduction. Legal pluralism is a key feature of African legal systems.
The form of pluralism that permeates these systems derives from what is known as the principle of "legal centrism," which holds that all law emanates from the state and that rites developed and practiced by nonstate actors, including religious and customary institutions, are law only to the extent they are.
The critical analysis of Namibia's land reform undertaken in this chapter reveals a contradiction: on the one hand, one can observe growing international recognition of the land rights of indigenous peoples; on the other the enclosure of their land continues by: 3.
land rights of indigenous peoples in africa and the Mgahinga and Bwindi National Parks, the Nyungwe Forest, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, respectively. In all these cases, community land rights were ignored as if they had never existed. Following the work of the Land Reform Policy Group inthe first key step in the contemporary land reform process was the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc.
(Scotland) Act This removed the system of feudal tenure and the influence of feudal superiors in relation to land (LRRG, ). Following devolution and the re-establishment of the.
Zimbabwe’s land reform has had a bad press. Images of chaos, destruction and violence have the book, Zimbabwe’s Land Reform: Myths and Realities. This booklet o"ers an overview of the!ndings. The question posed in one in the communal area and on in the new resettlement – and not really investing in the new.
The DVD is titled "Secure Land Tenure for All," and it documents the processes and benefits of registering communal land rights, while the two publications - one titled "A Decade of Communal Land Reform in Namibia." The other one is titled "Guide Book on Laws Relating to Immovable Property in Namibia.".
Men see themselves as owning land on behalf of the whole family. If women do apply for land, they usually apply in the name of their husband or son. However, the law in Tanzania (Land Act,and Village Land Act, ) grants women and men the same rights to land access, ownership and control.
Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Namibia Edited by Nico Horn and Anton Bรถsl s Labour Law: A guide to the Labour Act (No. 11 of ).amendments to the Communal Land Reform Act, (Act no.
5 of ). Heja Game Lodge, Windhoek, Namibia. Windhoek: Author. Ministry of Lands and Resettlement. (). Motivation by Honourable Hifikepunye Pohamba, M.P., Minister of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation on the Amendments of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land.The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act introduced rights relating to administration charges.
These are defined in the act as ‘an amount payable by a tenant as part of or in addition to rent, which is payable directly or indirectly for: the grant of approvals under the lease or applications for such approvals.