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Land Administration for Sustainable Development

Land Administration for Sustainable Development

The book explains how land administration systems have evolved from linking cadastral land records to demonstrating their inherent power for sharing spatial information that can change the world. It presents ten principles of land administration, along with a toolbox of best practices for realizing the land management paradigm of land tenure, land value, land use, and land development and it also provides ways of dealing with the challenges that land administration systems face to ensure the vision of economic development, social justice, environmental protection, and good governance.

Author(s): Ian Williamson , Stig Enemark , Jude Wallace , Abbas Rajabifard

Publication Date: 2010

Location: Global

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