The doctoral dissertation of law: Two land registration systems the land law of Việt Nam and of sweden bearing in mind the demand for the modernization of the land registration and the real estate information system with a view to assisting the State in managing and making the real estate market more and more transparent, this research has two aims.
This research it defines the fundamental issues of any land registration system, highlights the benefits of an effective system and the requirements for it, as well as the factors which can be considered as its indispensable pillars. Legislators should pay attention to these issues when reforming the land registration system.
Almost any land contains enough food for the growing of good crops, but the food elements may be chemically unavailable, or there may be insufficient water to dissolve them. It is too long a story to explain at this place,--the philosophy of tillage and of enriching the land,--and the reader who desires to make excursions into this delightful subject should consult King on "The Soil," Roberts on "The Fertility of the Land," and recent writings of many kinds. The reader must accept my word for it that tilling the land renders it productive. I must call my reader's attention...
A deadly feud was raging among the boys of Numedale. The East-Siders hated the West-Siders, and thrashed them when they got a chance; and the West-Siders, when fortune favored them, returned the compliment with interest. It required considerable courage for a boy to venture, unattended by comrades, into the territory of the enemy; and no one took the risk unless dire necessity compelled him. The hostile parties had played at war so long that they had forgotten that it was play; and now were actually inspired with the emotions which they had formerly simulated. Under the leadership of their...
Every year in the U.S. factories release over 3 million tons of toxic chemicals into the land, air and water. This hazardous waste causes us to lose over 15 million acres of land every year, it leads to respiratory complications and other health problems and it makes our rivers and lakes too polluted for us to swim in and drink.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a children's novel written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by W. W. Denslow. Originally published by the George M. Hill Company in Chicago on May 17, 1900,[nb 1] it has since been reprinted numerous times, most often under the name The Wizard of Oz, which is the name of both the 1902 stage play and the extremely popular, highly acclaimed 1939 film version. The story chronicles the adventures of a girl named Dorothy in the Land of Oz. Thanks in part to the 1939 MGM movie, it is one of the best-known stories...
Since 2000, the shrimp industry expands at a fast rate in the coastal areas of the Mekong
Delta, Vietnam. Shrimp farming is known for its negative impact on the coastal environment. However,
other human interventions like agriculture and urbanization also deteriorate the coastal environment.
The land cover changes between 1968 and 2003 were determined and analyzed for the Cai Nuoc district,
Ca Mau Province, Vietnam, using photos from 1968, 1992 (aerial photographs), 1997/98 (Spot)
and 2003 (Landsat).
he land value tax is a variant of the
property tax that imposes a higher
tax rate on land than on improve-
ments, or taxes only the land value.
Many other types of changes in property tax
policy, such as assessment freezes or limita-
tions, have undesirable side effects, including
unequal treatment of similarly situated tax-
payers and distortion of economic incentives.
Land value taxation would enhance both the
fairness and the efficiency of the property tax.
The castles of the great landowners have been so often described that there is no need to do this again. The popular idea of a baron of the Middle Ages is of a man who when he was not fighting was jousting or hunting. Such were, no doubt, his chief recreations; so fond was he of hunting, indeed, that his own broad lands were not enough, and he was a frequent trespasser on those of others; the records of the time are full of cases which show that poaching was quite a fashionable amusement among the upper classes. But...
In order to ensure the effectiveness of land use planning, the information about land quality and land characteristics plays an important role. The application of information technology is one of the best solutions in the area of land use planning in which land unit database is considered firstly and seriously. The land unit database consists of spatial data and attribute data, both of which should follow the standard.
We have seen that the landlords' profits were seriously diminished by the Black Death, and they cast about them for new ways of increasing their incomes. Arable land had been until now largely in excess of pasture, the cultivation of corn was the chief object of agriculture, bread forming a much larger proportion of men's diet than now. This began to change. Much of the land was laid down to grass, and there was a steady increase in sheep farming; thus commenced that revolution in farming which in the sixteenth century led Harrison to say that England was mainly...
Recently, the resettlement activities of Son La hydroelectric power station (SHPS) have been carrying out within three provinces: Son La, Lai Chau, and Dien Bien. The main problem is !hat with limited land fund for resett1emcnt (each household has about 1-2 ha of agricultural land in average ), the land use and argicultural production organization should be ensure favorable conditions for resettled people.
The year 1914 has no precedent in Stock Exchange history. At the present time (1915), when the great events that have come to pass are still close to us, even their details are vivid in our minds and we need no one to rehearse them. Time, however, is quick to dim even acute memories, and Wall Street, of all places, is the land of forgetfulness. The new happenings of all the World crowd upon each other so fast in the financial district that even the greatest and most far-reaching of them are soon driven out of sight. This being...
Thanks to Mr. S. M. Mitra, the well-known Hindu psychologist and politician, who has done so much to draw more closely together the land of his birth and that of his adoption, I am able to bring within reach of English children a number of typical Hindu Tales, translated by him from the Sanskrit, some of them culled from the ancient classics of India, others from widely separated sources. The latter have hitherto been quite inaccessible to western students, as they are not yet embodied in literature, but have been transmitted orally from generation to generation for many centuries....
It must have been a little after three o'clock in the afternoon that it
happened—the afternoon of June 3rd, 1916. It seems incredible that all
that I have passed through—all those weird and terrifying experiences—
should have been encompassed within so short a span as three
In the early part of 1863, while I was resident in London,--the first of the War Correspondents to go abroad,--I
wrote, at the request of Mr. George Smith, publisher of the Cornhill Magazine, a series of chapters upon the
Rebellion, thus introduced:--
"Few wars have been so well chronicled, as that now desolating America.
From that period in which the right and title to the lands of Carolina were sold, and surrendered to the King,
and he assumed the immediate care and government of the province, a new aera commences in the annals of
that country, which may be called the aera of its freedom, security, and happiness.
When the early bands of English invaders came over to take Britain from its Celtic owners, it is almost certain that the soil was held by groups and not by individuals, and as this was the practice of the conquerors also they readily fell in with the system they found.  These English, unlike their descendants of to day, were a race of countrymen and farmers and detested the towns, preferring the lands of the Britons to the towns of the Romans. Co-operation in agriculture was necessary because to each household were allotted separate strips of land, nearly equal...
The student of India who would at the same time be an historian, discovers to his sorrow that the land of his researches is lamentably poor in historical sources. And if within the realm of historical investigation, a more seductive charm lies for him in the analysis of great personalities than in ascertaining the course of historical development, then verily may he look about in vain for such personalities in the antiquity and middle ages of India. Not that the princely thrones were wanting in great men in ancient India, for we find abundant traces of them in Hindu...