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tenure

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

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Without a tenurial instrument, the issuance of an ECC for projects within lands of public domain such as forest land, wetland, foreshore land or other environmentally critical areas is, per se, illegal, especially for environmentally critical projects.
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Furthermore, echoing sedentary values and conceptions of 'land' as private property and as a resource to be intensively exploited, additional development efforts (favored during the 1980s) sought to substitute pastoral immanent land management arrangements with external, formal tenurial systems, introducing grazing reserves and economic diversification (eg, crop farming).
Whilst initially Fulda primarily received land along the middle Rhine and its tributaries, recruiting monks and winning patronage from the wealthy social circles in this region, by the last decades of the eighth century the abbey began to receive a steady stream of donations from the its immediate hinterland, far further east and in a region where social and tenurial structures were still crystallising under the dual influence of Carolingian rule and the establishment of an institutional church (14).
Under the feudal law, the sovereignty of the monarch and the Crown's ultimate tenurial superiority coincide.
The intricacies of the documents preserved in the Worcester cartularies are the subject of the book's fourth chapter, which examines the administration and tenurial history of Worcester's estates in the late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman period.
112) Kirby J was of the view that to import into the Land Acts notions of the common law apt for tenurial holdings under the Crown and attribute them to the Crown itself 'piles fiction upon fiction' and, unless expressed in legislation, should not be introduced.
Das (1975) Tenurial Conditions and Mode of Exploitation: A Study of Some Villages in Orissa.
Had such communication and exposure occurred, chiefdoms may have been able to learn about tenurial decisions made elsewhere, thereby promoting the informal harmonisation of important aspects of land tenure, as opposed to a multiplication of isolated pluralistic approaches.
The pervasiveness of these tenurial issues mean that the prospects for successfully implementing afforestation and reforestation projects in Africa are in reality quite weak.
Forest carbon trading schemes vest ownership of forest carbon in governments and carbon traders, and exclude communities without tenurial rights.
Manyong VM and AV Houndekon Land tenurial systems and the adoption of mucuna planted fallows in the derived savannas of West Africa.