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Most property owners in poor countries lack the secure property rights considered necessary for growth. Titling and registration projects are often expensive, and governments face the dilemma of whether security can be provided for less cost while not threatening existing formal rights. People...
Since the break-up of the former Soviet Union, many of the Newly Independent States (NIS) have been pursuing privatization of real property. Within these ‘countries in transition’ there are few mechanisms in place for the development of legislative and institutional infrastructures required...
At a time when interest in the establishment of effective land administration systems in developing countries is running high, one of the best case studies is the Thailand Land Titling Project. This major project commenced in 1984 and has achieved substantial success. This paper describes the...
A total of 20–80% of land delivery in developing countries is informal and, therefore, does not conform to the legal cadastral system and land use controls. Local land administrators need to be introduced to create viable urban management and land registration systems. Such land administrators,...
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