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The land tenure dilemma in Fiji - can Fijian landowners and Indo-Fijian tenants have their cake and eat it too?

Lal, Padma; Lim-Appleby, H.; Reddy, Prasuna


This paper explores the land tenure dilemma facing Fiji today. It discusses the land lease system recently proposed by the Native Lands Trust Board (NLTB) and the then Interim Government. This analysis is carried out in terms of efficiency, equity and risk-sharing implications of the land tenure system under the Agricultural and Landlord Tenants Act and the alternative two-part rental system proposed under the Native Lands Trust Act (NLTA).

CollectionsANU Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU Research Publications
Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Pacific Economic Bulletin


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