2 edition of nature of land laws in Sudan (with specific reference to forestry) found in the catalog.
nature of land laws in Sudan (with specific reference to forestry)
Muna Ahmed Yassin
by Ministry of Energy & Mining, National Energy Administration in Khartoum
Written in English
|Statement||by Muna Ahmed Yassin.|
|Contributions||Sudan. National Energy Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||84980259|
It will also oversee implementation and enforcement of international, regional and domestic environmental laws and promote the environmental rule of law in the Republic of South Sudan. It also aims to increase funding for environmental programmes at the national, state and local levels. When the Jordanian army went shopping for land in northern Sudan in late , its scouts came across what appeared to be a food-growing paradise. The terrain was vast, flat, and fat with nutrients.
1. Introduction. Notwithstanding the African Union (AU)’s Framework and Guidance on Land Policy in Africa that advocates a leading role for customary tenure in land governance, an almost irreversible process that can possibly be best described as ‘neo-liberalisation of customary tenure’ has been quietly working its way across much of sub-Saharan Africa. Around the world, a movement is gaining momentum that grants legal rights to natural phenomena, including rivers, lakes and mountains. Robert Macfarlane investigates the rise of .
of Sudan and the new Republic of South Sudan—or North and South Sudan, for clarity—the two countries were again in a state of war. Years of interna-tional efforts to bring an end to decades of conflict by helping to negotiate the. large- scale land acquisitions of agricultural land is taking place in Sudan. Many countries such as China, Saudi Arabia, Gulf countries have interest to invest in agricultural lands. However, only one case of large- scale land acquisition is mentioned in this report. This case is mentioned in relation to The Gezira Scheme and its deterioration.
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Anthropology of Law in Muslim Sudan analyses the hybridity of law systems and the plurality of legal practices in rural and urban contexts of contemporary Sudan, shedding light on the complex relation between Islam and society.
It is the outcome of the international research program ANDROMAQUE (Anthropologie du Droit dans les Mondes Musulmans Africains et Asiatiques), Author: Mohamed A. Babiker. Introduction to the land law of the Sudan by Saʻīd Muḥammad Aḥmad Mahdī,Khartoum University Press edition, in EnglishPages: COVID Resources.
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According to the Title to Lands Ordinance of (Sudan Archive /12/7), for individual land to be recognized by the government as an absolute entitlement in the northern region, a continuous possession or receipt of rents or profits during the five years immediately preceding the date of File Size: 1MB.
South Sudan Land Act. and present. ROSS. Land rights are an essential human right, especially in a large country like Sudan, where the majority of the people gain their livelihood from the land.
In addition violation of people's right land and natural resources by successive governments have been instrumental in the outbreak of wars and conflicts, so a comprehensive and far-reaching settlement of these issues is essential if Sudan is to achieve peace.
Customary ownership and control of land is an essential component of any consideration of land tenure and access in South Sudan and Africa in general.
Customary traditions of land tenure emphasize moderate use, restoration, and community health and prosperity. Returnees to South Sudan access land primarily through the customary system.
Yet, many returnees are subjected. The Land Law of the Sudan: Cases and Materials, Khartoum, (3 vols.); and Mahdi, Saeed Mohamed Ahmed El, Introduction to the Land Law of the Sudan, Khartoum, An excellent work containing material on land tenure practices respecting agricultural land is Tothill, J.
D., ed., Agriculture in the Sudan, London, slavery in Sudan. He was Co-Director of the RVI Sudan Course in and Director – Jok Madut Jok was born and raised in southern Sudan.
He is Associate Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, and author of War and Slavery in Sudan () and Sudan: Race, Religion, and Violence ().
He is the Executive. The Land Act reiterates the Constitutional provision that the people own all land in South Sudan.
However, the Land Act tenure system is quite different from that of the Constitution. The Land Act prescribes that land may be acquired, held and transferred through Customary, Freehold and Leasehold tenure.
South Sudan land legislation. Literature review also included broader reviews of legal pluralism and post-conflict customary justice efforts, with a focus on South Sudan and customary land law programming in other countries in Africa.
In-country research took place over a three-week period (30 November to 18 December), with. In northern Sudan, especially in the western savanna where increasing population and animal numbers have placed pressure on the land, violations of customary laws and conflicts between ethnic groups over land rights have been growing.
Resolution of these problems has been attempted by local government agencies but only on a case-by-case basis. “And there’s one other matter I must raise.
The epidemic of domestic sexual violence that lacerates the soul of South Africa is mirrored in the pattern of grotesque raping in areas of outright conflict from Darfur to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in areas. efficient after the re-conquest of Sudan in The first environmental law enacted was the Forestry Act offollowed by the Land Tenure Law of The early 30s witnessed several environmental initiatives.
The 40s produced the ‘Stepping Report’ on desert encroachment in Sudan and neighbouring African Countries.
JUBA, June – South Sudan’s politicians discussed new legislation which would strengthen the rights of women and local communities to own is a significant step forward for South Sudan as they try to resolve outstanding land rights challenges.
The fruitful discussions were part of a recent workshop organized by the United Nations and partners that highlighted the key role that. South Sudan’s cabinet has adopted a land policy in which addresses issues pertaining to land acquisition and its management.
The new policy addresses post-war conflict over land rights, informal settlements in cities and towns, as well as conflicts over access to land with pasture and water.
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Book Description. Customary law and traditional authorities continue to play highly complex and contested roles in contemporary African states.
Reversing the common preoccupation with studying the impact of the post/colonial state on customary regimes, this volume analyses how the interactions between state and non-state normative orders have shaped the everyday practices of the. The legal framework governing land in Sudan is a complex mix of statutory law and customary law that have evolved over time, with little to no coordination between the two.
The formal laws governing land include colonial era laws and a handful of post-independence statutes relating to the registration of land and its impact on land rights, and the legal framework regarding land access. Normally, laws are a reflectiion of a country’s constitution, but as the New Sudan has no constitution yet, its laws had to be built on resolutions taken at the occasion of the SPLM Convention of which later become the charter of the movement.
When on 16 Maythe second civil war erupted in the Sudan and the people of South Sudan. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.In addition to personal law, these courts, which numbered more than 1, heard cases involving land titles, grazing rights, and other disputes between clans and tribes.
The primary legal influence remained British, because of the weight given to British legal precedents and because most of the lawyers and judges were British-trained.This book is based on an extensive field work in which the author tried to study the customary law of property of an African agrarian tribal community of Ama - also known as Nyima?
- of the Nuba Mountains in the northern Sudan.