The Alien Land Law
provided that land acquired by persons who were
creation of a trust under statute that allows customary land law
Among the contending views, the most authoritative one, as expressed in the national Land Law
, is that agricultural land must be owned by the state under the title of the entire people.
During his two-year absence from California, Fujii received a steady flow of letters from Wright and friends in Los Angeles about the increasing hostility toward the Japanese community and the enactment of the Alien Land Law
of 1913 that targeted Japanese farmers who had turned deserts into the most productive farmlands in Southern California.
He almost single-handedly contributed to land reform in all of the British Commonwealth countries in Africa, with the exception of the Gambia, to make land law
fairer for all.
Garcia-Colon contends that the Popular Democratic Party approved the Land Law
of 1941 in order to gain the consent of the landless population as the party attempted to consolidate its dominance of party politics.
Adverse possession has had a long history in English land law
. In the preface to his seminal work on the subject, Stephen Jourdan commented that the doctrine of adverse possession (hereinafter 'the doctrine') has been an 'immensely popular' vehicle for resolving land disputes in England.
Geller, a Hallandale Beach Democrat, explained that beginning in the early 1900s, alien land laws
enacted by states restricted the ownership of property by aliens ineligible for citizenship.
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This Note addresses the intersection of customary and statutory land law
in the land tenure policy of Ghana.
Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination Ms Dr Ruqaya Saeed Hashmi on behalf of Revenue Minister moved the bill The Balochistan Land Laws
(Amendment Bill, 2010) Bill No.
The proposed land laws
, released on Friday over the state council's website, say that developers must gain 90 per cent approval from all residents to relocate before their property is taken.