Such reflective questioning is the task of Inherited Land. This is not a book written
to replace the Religions of the World and Ecology series or to supersede those
who created and work out of its impressive accomplishments. Rather, Inherited ...
Author: Whitney A. Bauman
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
"Religion and ecology" has arrived. What was once a niche interest for a few academics concerned with environmental issues and a few environmentalists interested in religion has become an established academic field with classic texts, graduate programs, regular meetings at academic conferences, and growing interest from other academics and the mass media. Theologians, ethicists, sociologists, and other scholars are engaged in a broad dialogue about the ways religious studies can help understand and address environmental problems, including the sorts of methodological, terminological, and substantive debates that characterize any academic discourse.This book recognizes the field that has taken shape, reflects on the ways it is changing, and anticipates its development in the future. The essays offer analyses and reflections from emerging scholars of religion and ecology, each addressing her or his own specialty in light of two questions: (1) What have we inherited from the work that has come before us? and (2) What inquiries, concerns, and conversation partners should be central to the next generation of scholarship?The aim of this volume is not to lay out a single and clear path forward for the field. Rather, the authors critically reflect on the field from within, outline some of the major issues we face in the academy, and offer perspectives that will nurture continued dialogue.
As the family grew, it suffered the pains of any large group — broken homes,
scrapes with the law, children who died young, money troubles. Inherited land
still required the backbreaking work of hauling sacks of barnyard-manure
fertilizer in ...
Author: Gene Stowe
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Originally published in hardcover in 2006.
God's promises to, presence with, and instructions to Moses are all inherited by
Joshua. The allotment of the land to the tribes will be according to Moses'
commands (vv. 13-15). The people's allegiance to Moses is now transferred to
Joshua (v ...
Author: E. John Hamlin
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Land Holdings and Land Markets In Table 5-1, we find that the average size of
inherited land per farm is 1.2 hectares. In the Rift Valley province, the average
size of inherited land is about 1.6 hectares, which is 0.6 hectare larger than the ...
Author: Stein T Holden
Category: Business & Economics
This book is the first systematic attempt to address emerging land markets and their implications for poverty, equity, and efficiency across a number of African countries. The high incidence of poverty and the need for increased agricultural productivity remain acute in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa, where a lack of secure land rights and a growing scarcity of land relative to the size of the population are becoming increasingly critical issues. Indeed, land issues in the region are high on the international policy agenda. Yet our knowledge about land tenure security and other rural factor markets (such as labor, oxen, manure, purchased inputs, and credit) is far from adequate to formulate sensible policies. The case studies in the book show that, while land markets and especially informal markets have been rapidly emerging in densely populated parts of Africa - and have generally been to the benefit of the poor--their functions remain imperfect. This is due to policy-induced tenure insecurity and the fragmentation of agricultural land. Applying rigorous quantitative analyses, the book provides a basis for taking into account the role of land markets in national land policies. All too often, the authors argue, land policies have been extreme, either prohibiting all land transactions or giving unrestricted freehold rights to a small elite at the expense of the poor. From the long experience in Asia, it is known that such policies are detrimental to both production efficiency and equity of land use. The authors argue that future policies in Africa should work with the markets. Regulations should be imposed only with careful testing that they are having the intended effects. The Emergence of Land Markets in Africa is a resource for teaching in developed and developing countries, as it provides both comprehensive reviews of the literature and detailed case studies. It is intended to facilitate the dialogue between researchers and policymakers, as well as inspire researchers to go further in their investigations and build an even stronger basis for good policies. The Emergence of Land Markets in Africa is the first publication in the new Environment for Development (EfD) book series. EfD books focus on research and applications in environmental and natural resource economics as they are relevant to poverty reduction and environmental problems in developing countries. The EfD book series is part of the EfD initiative. (www.environmentfordevelopment.org)
Mario De La Garza inherited the building. The interior is wide deep, with a high
green ceiling and kerosene lamps hanging from chairs, while a cast iron stove
sits unlit in the middle of the wooden floor. The bar was transported in on a flat ...
Author: Robert Noyola
colonies were eager to break with feudal structures of inheritance law long before
the Revolution.44 Where entails did exist in New England, they were the
exception from the general pattern of the free and equal bequest of landed
Author: Jens Beckert
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Social Science
Their lands were shared communally; however, the North-American aboriginals
did not understand them as property, either common or private as the Europeans.
Thus the possession of inherited land has been much more like a community or ...
Author: John Cunliffe
Category: Business & Economics
The core of the book consists of a selection of papers presented at an international workshop where researchers from a variety of fields and countries discussed the connections between inherited wealth, justice and equality. The volume is complemented by a few other papers commissioned by the editors. The contributions cover historical, political, philosophical, sociological and economic aspects.
Women Whose Parents Have Died My two brothers inherited sheep, cattle, and
all my parents' property. A lady cannot inherit property. ‒Kisarunka Norkishon,
Maasai woman, Ngong, October 24, 2002 Although statutory law provides that ...
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
Category: Right of property
Recommendations -- Background -- Women's property rights violations and their consequences -- Contributing factors -- International legal standards -- Conclusion.
... women to inherit and sell land – Customary law – Whether denying women the
right to sell clan land under Tanzanian ... Rules of Inheritance GN No 436/1963 of
the Declaration of Customary Law , s 20 – Rules Governing the Inheritance of ...
Author: Robyn Emerton
Publisher: Psychology Press
The last two decades have seen major advances in the legal protection of the human rights of women around the world. A series of international and national court cases has developed an important body of jurisprudence that has been relied on by courts and advocates in many countries to support women's claims for equality and the full enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Growing out of a series of judicial colloquia organized by the Commonwealth Secretariat, this compilation brings together a selection of over fifty significant cases from international and national courts. The cases are grouped by theme and presented in full text or edited format. Together they highlight the way in which courts have used international human rights norms and national constitutional standards to contribute to women's equality. A detailed introduction provides a summary of the significance of the cases and references further material available on women's human rights. Cases decided under United Nations human rights treaties, the European and American Conventions on Human Rights and other international instruments, as well as cases decided by national courts in Asia, Africa, Europe, Australasia, and North America are all included. The compilation will be of interest to all those with an interest in the advancement of the human rights of women especially equality advocates, lawyers and judges, scholars and students.
Prevalence of certain terms for inherited Land . And I have once ... The conqueror
' s descendants , whose title is might — the portion won by my sword and my bow
' - is spoken of by some term implying ` inheritance ' or birthright . For some ...
Author: Baden Henry Baden-Powell
Category: Land tenure
39 INHERITANCE AND GIFTS TAX Introduction Droits de succession Imposition
Taxable assets Exempt assets Life assurance Personal chattels Valuation of life
interests Allowable deductions The déclaration de succession Payment of droits
Author: Henry Dyson
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
This book offers practical guidance to lawyers and other professionals advising clients on property transactions and related matters in France including: buying, selling, and mortgaging land; the ownership of flats and leases; and the establishment of companies to own land. It covers all aspects of French inheritance law and provides lawyers qualified outside of France with practical advice on the administration of estates. A glossary and relevant legal precedents are also included.
411 , 8 18 ( Act 1852 ) , providing that a widow under subsequent coverture
cannot alienate land inherited from her former husband . 12. A court has no
power to relieve a widow under subsequent coverture of the inhibition of 1 Rev.
St. 1876 ...
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
Includes the decisions of the Supreme Courts of Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, and Court of Appeals of New York; May/July 1891-Mar./Apr. 1936, Appellate Court of Indiana; Dec. 1926/Feb. 1927-Mar./Apr. 1936, Courts of Appeals of Ohio.
Consider , for instance , the possibility that one owner has inherited land in two or
more hamlets . He then belongs to two or more networks which are combined via
his person to form a larger network . As a result , the difference between these ...
Author: Frans Theuws
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Category: Social Science
This volume includes an interdisciplinary research programme involving archaeological, anthropological and historical perspectives on different dimensions of the landscape. Although directed towards a specific region, the intensity of the archaeological fieldwork and the large scale of the excavations allow for interpretations that are important for the Northwest European Plain as a whole. Contributions include the publication of primary data of excavations published for the first time and analysis on a more abstract level. The studies include among others: Urnfield symbolism, ancestors and the land in the Lower Rhine Region (Roymans/Kortlang); Urnfield and settlement traces from the Iron Age at Mierlo-Hout (Tol); The archaeology and history of the curia of the abbey of St. Truiden at Hulsel (Theuws); Gift exchange, eternity and landed property. The foundation and endowment of the Premonstratensian priory at Postel (Bijsterveld).
Jersey statute has since been amended to clarify that property received via
intestate succession is separate property . ” Wisconsin law has presented
interesting issues relating to what constitutes an " inheritance , ” at least in part
Author: J. Thomas Oldham
Publisher: Law Journal Press
The book discusses existing rules in the various states relating to the enforcement of premarital or postnuptial agreements regarding the parties' rights if they divorce.
Under this policy, ownership of government land is transferred to individuals in
inverse proportion to the value (measured in terms of the opportunity for welfare
that it provides) of the land that they have already inherited from their ancestors
Author: Michael Otsuka
Publisher: Clarendon Press
Michael Otsuka sets out to vindicate left-libertarianism, a political philosophy which combines stringent rights of control over one's own mind, body, and life with egalitarian rights of ownership of the world. Otsuka reclaims the ideas of John Locke from the libertarian Right, and shows how his Second Treatise of Government provides the theoretical foundations for a left-libertarianism which is both more libertarian and more egalitarian than the Kantian liberal theories of John Rawls and Thomas Nagel. Otsuka's libertarianism is founded on a right of self-ownership. Here he is at one with 'right-wing' libertarians, such as Robert Nozick, in endorsing the highly anti-paternalistic and anti-moralistic implications of this right. But he parts company with these libertarians in so far as he argues that such a right is compatible with a fully egalitarian principle of equal opportunity for welfare. In embracing this principle, his own version of left-libertarianism is more strongly egalitarian than others which are currently well known. Otsuka argues that an account of legitimate political authority based upon the free consent of each is strengthened by the adoption of such an egalitarian principle. He defends a pluralistic, decentralized ideal of political society as a confederation of voluntary associations. Part I of Libertarianism without Inequality concerns the natural rights of property in oneself and the world. Part II considers the natural rights of punishment and self-defence that form the basis for the government's authority to legislate and punish. Part III explores the nature and limits of the powers of governments which are created by the consensual transfer of the natural rights of the governed. Libertarianism without Inequality is a book which everyone interested in political theory should read.
The problem of inheritance of land in the Frankish kingdom is complicated by the
concluding statement in this law, that ... Most commentators have taken this last
provision to mean that women did not inherit land in the Merovingian kingdom, ...
Author: Katherine Fischer Drew
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Following the collapse of the western Roman Empire, the Franks established in northern Gaul one of the most enduring of the Germanic barbarian kingdoms. They produced a legal code (which they called the Salic law) at approximately the same time that the Visigoths and Burgundians produced theirs, but the Frankish code is the least Romanized and most Germanic of the three. Unlike Roman law, this code does not emphasize marriage and the family, inheritance, gifts, and contracts; rather, Lex Salica is largely devoted to establishing fixed monetary or other penalties for a wide variety of damaging acts such as "killing women and children," "striking a man on the head so that the brain shows," or "skinning a dead horse without the consent of its owner." An important resource for students and scholars of medieval and legal history, made available once again in Katherine Fischer Drew's expert translation, the code contains much information on Frankish judicial procedure. Drew has here rendered into readable English the Pactus Legis Salicae, generally believed to have been issued by the Frankish King Clovis in the early sixth century and modified by his sons and grandson, Childbert I, Chlotar I, and Chilperic I. In addition, she provides a translation of the Lex Salica Karolina, the code as corrected and reissued some three centuries later by Charlemagne.
8. whereby shall I know that I shall inherit it? 21:10. the son of this bondwoman s
hall not be heir 22: 17. and thy seed shall possess the gate 24:60. and let thy
seed possess the gate Lev.20:24. Ye shall inherit their land, Nu. 21 :24. and ...
Author: George V. Wigram
Much of this island consisted of fertile farmland occupied by peasant farmers,
many of whom had inherited the right to work the land from their ancestors. In
some of the villages in the rural sector of the municipal district, these inherited
Author: Madeleine Adriance
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Political Science
Examines the relationship between grassroots Catholic Church groups (base Christian communities) and the mobilization of peasant farmers in the fight for control of Amazon lands.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Category: Bills, Private
It is celebrated as woman's property , Mitac . ch . ii . s . xi . $ 7 . PROPERTY
DEVOLVING BY INHERITANCE . -It would appear from the whole of the chapter
in the Smriti Chandrika , in which the different kinds of stridhana are defined , that
Author: Standish Grove Grady
Category: Hindu law