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tenure

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

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Conversely, PFRs open up a space for territorialization strategies and contribute to the reorganization of territories when migrants succeed in using these disjunctions to strengthen their political and tenurial autonomy.
landscape of customary tenurial practices and where ancestral domain
He said the task force exempted those occupying public lands but had tenurial instruments such as Forest Land Use Agreements for Tourism purposes.
All of these fall under the broad umbrella of land justice, and their activities range from education and research to the more active interventions that include sharing benefits, securing tenurial rights for farmers, and assisting in the design of responsible investment and investor management.
(2006) "Securing community-based tenurial rights in the tropical forests of Asia: an overview of current and prospective strategies".
Williamson takes issue with scholars who portray these types as homogenous landscapes dictated by tenurial or social factors.
As a result majority of poor tenants denied ownership, lost tenurial security and became non-owning proletariat.
On the other hand the development of capitalism has transformed the cash links with the tenurial and land links.
sectarian hatred, and tenurial security are manifest in the latter-day
Michael (history, Messiah College) places the issue against the wider backdrop of colonial territorial formation, examining the territorial disputes between Gorkha and the English East India Company that led to the outbreak of the Anglo-Gorkha War of 1814-1816 and their connections to disputes of tribute, taxation, and tenurial claims pertaining to the geographical construction of the state, as well as the longer processes of colonial boundary formation whereby the colonial authorities sought to construct the internal administrative divisions, through various cartographic projects and changes in administrative routines, in pursuit of the geographical template of the modern state.
The struggle for water, sanitation and tenurial rights has lead to shack-dwellers coming together to change policies.