Securing tenure through land use planning : conceptual framework , evidences and experiences from selected countries in Africa , Asia and Latin America

@inproceedings{ChigbuA2015SecuringTT,
  title={Securing tenure through land use planning : conceptual framework , evidences and experiences from selected countries in Africa , Asia and Latin America},
  author={Uchendu Eugene ChigbuA and Fahria MasumA and Anna LeitmeierA and Samuel MabikkeB and Danilo AntonioB and Jorge EspinozaC and Anita HernigC},
  year={2015}
}
  • Uchendu Eugene ChigbuA, Fahria MasumA, +4 authors Anita HernigC
  • Published 2015
Land registration and cadaster play crucial roles in improving tenure security. However, they are not enough to guarantee secure tenure for all people with a legitimate claim to land. Often, land use planning exists but is not formally linked with tenure security in practice. This paper argues for other options for improving tenure security in developing countries. It reports on a study that employs three methodological aspects – in-depth review of literature, an Expert Workshop, and evidential… CONTINUE READING

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