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IDSA01 Guest Lecture Land Reform and Development
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Meanings of Land Territory with which a particular people identify Landscape valued for its natural resources (food, shelter, raw materials) Crucial factor of production. Meanings of ‘land’ have implications on why there is interest on particular land.
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Property and Property Regimes Property as a benefit (or income) stream. Property right - a claim to a benefit stream. Four basic property regimes: 1. State property - Access for the public is held in trust by the state. Others must observe use or access rules determined by the state 2. Private property - An individual, household or company has a right to undertake socially acceptable uses. 3. Common property - ‘Owners’ have the right to exclude non- members, and non-members have duty to abide by exclusion. 4. Non-property (or Open access) - No defined group of users or owners. Benefit stream is available to anyone (free-for-all).
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Rights Over Land Rights over land include:
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course GEOGRAPHY GGRa02 taught by Professor Bunce during the Fall '12 term at University of Toronto.

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