FL_10-5 - Property as social process in the rebuilding of New Orleans outline

FL_10-5 - Property as social process in the rebuilding of New Orleans outline

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Lecture 5: Property as social process in the rebuilding of New Orleans Blackboard Locke : second treatise on government (1689) – slow, but good read Race and class Marginality : Systemic Today: 1) Overview of different forms of property 2) Property as a social process: property issues and rebuilding New Orleans Tenure terminology Property : rights and obligations to things that are enforceable by custom, norm or law. not the things themselves not always absolute, private “bundle of rights” Tenure : the system of rules defining the allocation of property - law / custom Land tenure is an institution, i.e., rules invented by societies to regulate  behavior.  Rules of tenure define how property rights to land are to be  allocated within societies.  They define how access is granted to rights to  use, control, and transfer land, as well as associated responsibilities and  restraints.  In simple terms, land tenure systems determine who can use what 
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course ESPM 28984 taught by Professor Spreyer during the Fall '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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