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tenure

A time period,as in the tenure of a lease.

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Through such reclassification, communities state that they can establish tenurial rights or custodianship over forest lands, in lieu of fees and taxes payable to the concerned State Departments.
Moreover, in theory no person owned land absolutely: All land was held under a tenurial relationship with the Crown.
Typically, the process of control of the forests by the government paid little attention to the existing tenurial rights of the local people.
37) That is recognising employers' right to hire and fire at will and denying that labour has any tenurial rights in capitalist property.
By Stephen's reign, in fact, ties of vassalage were competing with "alliances cemented by oaths of allegiance which did not involve the creation of a tenurial bond" (p.
Pre-designed questionnaires were pre-tested and were used to interview farmers and collect information about farm sizes, operational holdings, tenurial status, sources of irrigation, reasons for growing vegetables, and perceptions about availability and sufficiency of irrigation water.
Among the landed households there are vast variations in the size of land ownership as well as in tenurial arrangements having direct impact on income and consumption patterns as well as households' investment in schooling.
The variables relating to tenurial status show that the tenants apply significantly higher rates of fertiliser per acre than do the owner operators--it is true for all the provinces.
Household income, father's education above primary level and his tenurial status of landowner emerge as significant positive influences on children's school enrolment.
The average technical efficiency measures by farm size and tenurial status are given in Table 2.
Firstly, although both the Punjabs shared the same tenurial system and land distribution prior to 1947, radical land reforms in East Punjab after partition successfully created a society of small farmers which propagated a culture of self-cultivating peasant proprietors.
As such, the distribution of the sample framers by size of their holding and tenurial status in each cropping zone was as depicted below: