3 edition of Land tenure in Ijebu province found in the catalog.
Land tenure in Ijebu province
C. W. Rowling
Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1973?]
|Series||HRAF -- 32.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67, v p.|
|Number of Pages||67|
In Nigeria the traditional system of agriculture is losing its capacity to provide the conventional subsistence for the people on the land, while the demands upon agriculture increase. A reformation of the system of customary tenure is essential if tenure arrangements are to give adequate support to agricultural modernization. However, land reform is only one integral part Cited by: 4. Concept: Land Administration Details. The Protectorate included 3,, hectares (9,, acres) of land and a large sea area. A small reduction in size occurred in when Pockington Reef and its waters was given by the Solomon Islands to Papua New Guinea as an independence present; the reef is now part of Milne Bay Province.
Geoforum, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. , /85 $ + Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press Ltd. The Effect of Land Tenure Systems on Agricultural Production: a Case Study of the Land Tenancy System in the Okun Area of Kwara State, Nigeria OLUWAYOMI D. ATTEH,* Ilorin, Nigeria Abstract: Since all agricultural systems depend on land, the ownership Cited by: 2. Meaning of Land and Land Tenure Systems The word land has come to take up various meanings under different disciplines or pre-occupations. In its simplest form, it may mean the surface part of the earth above the sea. But this appears to be a rather restrictive definition because it recognizes only the immediately File Size: KB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rowling, C.W. (Cecil W.). Land tenure in Ijebu Province. Ibadan (Nigeria), Govt. Printer, (OCoLC) COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Cocoa, Land Tenure, and Ibadan and Ijebu in Africanist Literature. and Socio-Economic Change in Rural Western Nigeria—the first book-length historical research on cocoa in southwestern Nigeria 10 —Berry examines the introduction and consolidation of cocoa, and C.W.
Rowling, Land Tenure in Ijebu Province (Ibadan, Cited by: 2. Where Isthe Boundary. Cocoa Conflict, Land Tenure, and Politics in Western Nigeria, s– Abstract This paper is about cocoa-induced conflict between the Ibadan and the Ijebu, two Yoruba sub-groups of southwestern Nigeria. Although historians have examined the socio-economic impact of cocoa, they have however downplayed how it created.
Ijebu (also known as Jebu or Geebu) was a Yoruba kingdom in pre-colonial Nigeria. It was formed around the fifteenth century. According to legend, its ruling dynasty was founded by Obanta of Ile-Ife.
The kingdom was one of the most developed in the region with a complex and highly organized government. The capital was at Ijebu Ode where the. Land tenure is the relationship between people and the land, and how the land is respected.
The word land in this context is including trees, water, and anything else on the land. of Ijebu Province to the Civil Secretary of Western Region, Ibadan. The letter Cocoa, Land Tenure, and Ibadan and Ijebu in Africanist Literature Change in Rural Western Nigeria - the first book-length historical research on cocoa in southwestern Nigeria10 - Berry examines the introduction and consoli.
China has dual land tenure system(土地权属制度). Land ownership(土地所有权)is separate from land use rights(土地使用权). Land ownership is divided into two categories: state-owned. 9. Ijebu was the first indigenous CLERK to European missionaries. The Europeans Observers found them more intelligent than the other groups in Nigeria.
When Oduduwa was blind, Ijebu king (fifth Awujale) was the one to provide remedy to restore the sight. Ijebu is known for Sociability, Integrity and Handwork. There are 14 available land for sale in Ijebu Ode, Ogun, Nigeria.
The land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency. LAND TENURE BEFORE Land in the rural areas of the former Bantustans is categorised as unsurveyed, unregistered state land, and “trust land”.
The current roots of this classification can be traced to the and Natives Land Acts. In terms of the Act, occupation of land was based on a ‘permission to occupy’ (PTO) Size: 54KB. Private tenure risk/insecurity is also higher in communities with vibrant land market and for households that are located close to urban centers, while the opposite is the case in communities with relative ease of land access.
On the other hand, collective tenure risk is lower in communities with improved economic status. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION LAND tenure system in Nigeria from earliest time is one of the oldest systems in Nigeria that have remained relevant until the coming of the Europeans in the late 19th century.
Customary land tenure system in Ikorodu land predates to the time of the creation of Ikorodu. The history of land.
Country Profiles. USAID works to improve land and resource governance and strengthen property rights for all members of society, especially women. USAID land tenure programs are active in 23 countries, with $ million dollars committed to these programs.
Click on a country for more information about USAID’s activities there as well as. The Adebonojo family hail from the Dagburewe Royal family of Ijebu Idowa, a prominent village in Ijebu province, Ogun State Nigeria.
The Adebonojo family are from the Yoruba tribe of southern Nigeria. Unlike a number of similar names in Nigeria like Adebanjo, Adebisi, etc., there is only one Adebonojo family who all descend from the lineage of. There are 34 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ijebu Ode, Ogun, Nigeria.
The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can. Land Tenure System in Ekiti State, Nigeria Felix O.
AJIBADE, Nigeria ABSTRACT Land is a very significant property and is one thing that man could not do without. It is the major determinant factor for the existence of man, plants and animals. For instance, Simpson ().
Land tenure is another phrase for land ownership, frequently used outside of the United States. There are many different types of land tenure, including private and public ownership, and each type of land tenure comes with a bundle of.
At present, most of the land in the country is for leasehold and the governor of the state may grant statutory rights of occupancy for 99 years. Indigenous areas are governed by customary land tenure (18). Rent is fixed at the governor’s discretion. Certificates apply to urban or rural land and must be approved by the governor.
‘‘Into be precise, I decided to write the story about the fact that the Ijebu are Jews and very importantly also that, Queen Sheba has her burial site in Oke-Eri in Ijebu. So, I decided. The book deals mainly with Rarotonga and the smaller neighboring islands of Atiu and Mauke. It is divided into three parts.
Part I is a reconstruction of the social organization and land-tenure system of pre-contact Rarotonga. Part I1 traces the effect of European contact on the land-tenure system during the course of the 19th : R. G. Crocombe.The first Ijebu migration he said was led by a man named Olu-iwa, accompanied by two warriors Ajebu and Olode.
Odukoya () says although no living historian knows the meaning of Ijebu, being an ancient term, we all do know what it is not.
Odukoya says this because Johnson () in allusion to Ijebu history in his book.Land tenure may be defined as the terms and conditions on which land is held, used and transacted. Land tenure reform refers to a planned change in the terms and conditions (e.g.
the adjustment of the terms of contracts between land owners and tenants, or the conversion of more informal tenancy into formal property rights). A.