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  1. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 1971
    Africa

    La personne responsable du paiement de l'impôt pour chaque parcelle localement appelée le "samad" (mandataire),a été identifiée, et son nom enregistré au cadastre et au rôle d'imposition. Dès lors, par inférence, ce mandataire faisait aussi figure de propriétaire de la terre.

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    United Kingdom, Africa

    Le but de l'enregistrement foncier revêt une grande importance, car il

    doit déterminer le choix de l'unité d'enregistrement.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Dans la pratique, l'Etat dénonça les terres vacantes une à une, au fur et à mesure de ses besoins, par le moyen des "enquêtes de vacance". Ces enquêtes déterminaient par l’organe de fonctionnaires territoriaux spécialement entraines à cet effet, s'il existait sur la terre recherchée, des droits indigènes tels que définis plus haut.

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    January, 1989
    Africa

    The present paper was prepared as part of the work programme of food and agriculture for the 1988-1989 biennium. It constitutes element 2.4 on multinational co-operation on livestock development in Africa and it focuses on the performance of the sector in the face of government intervention and the structural adjustment programmes (SAP). The effect of the SAP on the achievement of increased collective self-sufficiency and self-reliance in animal food production and supply was given particular attention.

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    June, 1970
    Africa

    Rapid industrial development has become an all pervasive feature of Africa’s e economic and social development strategy. Agricultural development ceased to be an engine of growth, which it was in the fifties when it contributed 63 per cent (directly and indirectly) to the gross domestic product increment. This contribution has declined to JL8 per cent in the past decade (figure derived for 1960-67), and although this figure may be considered as unduly low-' it shows clearly that Africa's economic structure has been fundamentally altered.

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