The interaction of modern and custom land tenure systems in Vanuatu
"This paper has sought to highlight serious inequities that derive from the interaction of the formal system of land administration with customary land tenure. At the same time, if Vanuatu is to take full advantage of this nation-defining resource, engagement of custom with the formal system needs to take a cross-sectoral, holistic approach ..." - page 17
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