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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1971
    Algeria, United States of America, Israel, Afghanistan, Sweden, Indonesia, Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Thailand, Morocco, Philippines, Malaysia, Mexico, Tunisia, Argentina, India, Turkey, Brazil
  2. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    August, 1971
    Afghanistan

    This is a resource from the Resource Equity LandWise database of resources.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    August, 1971
    Chad, Africa

    As in many of the States of Equatorial-Africa, Chad's system of public

    and private land tenure is based on the French decree of 28 March 1699 and on the subsequent modifying texts. This system has not been very successful and Africans have proudly clung on to their respective "concessions", because they enjoyed a material hold over the land (habitation, farming, grazing, fishing m -certain water courses), until i960 and beyond.

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    March, 1971
    Africa

    The development of the Czechoslovak cadastre can be followed for hundreds of years, because its roots go as far back as the middle Ages. In the written records the area, land sort (cultivation, culture), value class, cadastral output, tenant and his habitation are given for each land. The establishment of cadastre always needs -that there should be a real conception on keeping it up-to-date.

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 1971
    Madagascar, Africa

    "The word cadastre is the technical term signifying the surveying of parcels of land, establishing their area, value and ownership (or any other title of occupancy)". This definition seems to deal only with the topographical aspect of the system, in other words, the demarcation of a group of parcels, with their area, their boundaries and the name of the owner. In Madagascar, in addition to this demarcation, the owner must establish his title by an official instrument.

  6. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1971

    The classification of forest terrain gives knowledge about the operational conditions. The classification is arranged methodically in such a way that one terrain class means the same independently of local landscape and terrain conditions. The classification must also be based on basic knowledge of equipment and. operational methods used in forestry. All forestry work is included, such as transport and logging; cultivation, constructional work, road building, etc.

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