Insecurity of land tenure in Nicaragua
Sweden. Styrelsen för internationell utveckling.
Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin- Madison
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The objective of this paper is to describe priority actions for reducing the legal insecurity of tenure to land in Nicaragua. To achieve this end, the study explores (1) the meaning and origins of tenure insecurity as well as the implications of tenure insecurity for the development of the country; (2) the extent of different types of tenure insecurity; (3) the options presently being explored for dealing with the problem in Nicaragua; and (4) recommendations for action.
Land tenure Law and legislation Nicaragua
Land reform Law and legislation Nicaragua
Land titles Nicaragua
Tenure security (Natural resources) Nicaragua
Land conflicts Nicaragua
Policy evaluation Nicaragua
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