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Moneymaking
Author: Neal Alison Roberts
ISBN: 0669004855
Subcategory: Real Estate
Pages 270 pages
Publisher Lexington Books; 1st ed edition (October 1, 1977)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
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by Neal Alison Roberts


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Public Land-ownership in 1872 Data on land-ownership are notoriously .

Public Land-ownership in 1872 Data on land-ownership are notoriously sparse even for the present day but fortunately a body of data exists which records the ownership of land in Scotland in 1872-735. This was collected as part of a larger survey of land-ownership in the United Kingdom excluding London. The extent to which land-ownership then and now is concentrated into the hands of a small number of owners is explored elsewhere7. Currently, the country’s continuing economic weakness has made sales of land an attractive way of raising revenue and cutting the recurrent cost of government without reducing greatly public services or raising taxes.

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Concentration of land ownership refers to the ownership of land in a particular area by a small number of people or organizations. It is sometimes defined as additional concentration beyond that which produces optimally efficient land use. Land concentration exists in many countries. In Brazil, one of the countries with the highest amount of land concentration, the situation has resulted in large tracts lying idle while 95% of farmers work just 11% of the arable land

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The Government land developers: studies of public land-ownership policy in seven countries. 249 p. Static analysis of shells: a unified development of surface structures. 401 p. Heath and Company, a division of Baytheon Company; 124pr77j 4881418.

The Government land developers. studies of public land ownership policy in seven countries. Published 1977 by Lexington Books in Lexington, Mass. by Neal Alison Roberts. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Land reform has gained urgency in sector developing process, and this . After the fall of communist regime, governments in former Soviet republics put up for sale huge amount of lands (assets, property).

Land reform has gained urgency in sector developing process, and this accompanies local self-government reform. This involves transferring the State lands to self-governmen,that is a mandatory measure for regional development.