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In addition, the authors argue the redistribution land reform of the twentieth century developed a broader vision of land reforms in 1920’s and 1970’s.
Land Reform is considered to an effective effort to overcome the unequal distribution of the allocation of the land ownership and the use of rights. Land policies have historically played a significant role to shape experience of different countries (Griffin and Khan). Griffin and Khan (reviews the previous argument and compares it with the contemporary land reform policies. In addition, the author favor redistributive land reform on the bases of segmented factor market and labor control systems. Similarly, Ray elaborates economical benefits and significances of the land reforms in the contemporary times. In the article, he draws attention of the reader towards the unequal distribution of land that has a major obstacle in the development of economy. In addition, the author highlights economic efficiency in agriculture through political, environmental and economic perspectives (Ray).
Analyzing the both article, it shall be noted that both authors have highlighted importance of the redistributive land reforms. Griffin and Khan highlights the significance to the issue through discussing the historical issues (Griffin and Khan). It further incorporates arguments throughout the time to develop a broader understanding towards the land reform (Griffin and Khan). I believe the statistical and historical data and information provides a brief understanding towards the issues. Ray illustrates the importance of equal distribution of land as a source of economic growth and prosperity. Ray focuses on the effective and maximizing output of the land, as a social, environment and economical prosperity (Ray). I believe the article develops importance and significance of the issue with the economical aspect. It associates unequal distribution of land market as an important element for the
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This underlying tension between the physical and the conceptual has imparted a multi-dimensional complexity to the term land.’ Kevin Gray and Susan Gray, Land Law (Seventh Edition, Oxford University Press, 2011) 2 Critically discuss the above statement in light of the current law defining land.
Lower stratum air space VIII. Lost and found objects IX. Conclusion X. Table of cases XI. Table of statutes Introduction Land is perhaps one of the most controversial and intriguing issues ever tackled in law courts due to its multi-dimensionality. The multi-dimensional nature of land is evident in the number of issues that arise in most land cases.
Clearcutting happens to be one of the varied ways of managing an exploiting timber wealth in public and private forests. This method of generating and harvesting timber wealth has accrued much controversy in the last few days. Though the industries dependant on the usage and exploitation of timber wealth deem clearcutting to be an efficient and economic method of managing timber wealth, still, many environmental groups and concerned citizens tend to criticize and oppose clearcutting owing to its debilitating impact on land, biodiversity, water and human life (Kemp 70).
The aspects discussed in the three videos were not restricted to United States of America; were common worldwide. The three videos had common aspects and differences too. The paper therefore discusses the common aspects and differences found in the video.
They secured a mortgage of ?125,000 against it in which they made monthly repayments from their joint account. Ali got a prospective job, model scout and agent, that Ben did not fully approve of. This job needed financing and so Ali got Ben to sign another mortgage of ?
Mortgages are also known as liens against property and a borrower is required to repay the loan and interest before the property is wholly transferred to him. According to Gray, a mortgagee lends money to a mortgagor and the mortgagor is obligated to re-pay the mortgage in course of the stipulated period as well as the periodical amounts of interest specified.1 In this case, Cantander Bank is the mortgagee while Ben and Ali are the mortgagors.
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For this case, it was clear that the previous diagnosis of this patient were hypertension, angina, diaphoretic, coronary heart disease, and cholecystitis. In addition, the previous medication history of the patient in this case indicates that he underwent through two