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Government-owned Land and Other Immovable Property: Policy and Regulatory Framework

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Document date: March 26, 2012
Released online: March 26, 2012
This document is addressed to policy-makers, legislators, and their advisors in countries that are embarking on revising their land governance where it deals with government-owned land. The document suggests a well-balanced policy and regulatory framework for managing government land and other real estate (buildings, structures), building upon a generalization of relevant international experiences to date. This framework does not consider the issue of codifying property rights, property restitution, and other issues of general property reform.


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