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by Phillippe Delville,Camilla Toulmin,Samba Traore

The Dynamics of Resource Tenure in West Africa download ebook
ISBN:
0325071179
ISBN13:
978-0325071176
Author:
Phillippe Delville,Camilla Toulmin,Samba Traore
Publisher:
Heinemann (June 12, 2002)
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235 pages
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The contributors to this book are all West Africans. They draw on their experience to find new ways of understanding land tenure.

The contributors to this book are all West Africans.

Amila Toulmin, Philippe Delville, and Samba Traore, eds. The Dynamics of Resource Tenure in West Africa. London: International Institute for Environment and Development, 2002. Distributed in the .

Philippe Lavigne Delville, Camilla Toulmin, Samba Traoré Themes include: The dynamics of change; recent interventions in land.

Philippe Lavigne Delville, Camilla Toulmin, Samba Traoré. Themes include: The dynamics of change; recent interventions in land tenure administration; the role of customary systems; approaches for the management of conflict. Publication information.

The Dynamics of Resource Tenure in West Africa. The issue of land tenure rights in West Africa is a complicated one indeed. Some of the countries retain more of their colonial laws than others

The Dynamics of Resource Tenure in West Africa. Some of the countries retain more of their colonial laws than others. For example, in Francophone Africa, the French Civil Code has set the legislative pattern, while English Common Law is prevalent in Anglophone states. Some countries in the region are blessed with more natural resources than others, and climates, population densities, and urbanization rates vary.

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Publisher: James Currey.

Philippe Lavigne Delville, Camilla Toulmin, Sidiki Traoré. This concern has emerged as a result of a number of factors: failed development projects, perceived by many to result from th The contributors to this book are all West Africans. Philippe Lavigne Delville, Samba Traore.

Essays on the impact of colonialism on African land tenure systems resulting in the creation of a dual legal framework of "customary" and imposed western law.