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Land records for the poor

Conventional land administration systems rarely improve tenure security for the poor. Many people, especially poor and disadvantaged people, do not have their tenure relations to land included in a formal administration system with women, in particular, more likely to be excluded from such a system. Without recognized tenure rights, the poor lose the associated benefits such as:

  1. improved tenure security;
  2. increased investment in the land;
  3. increased land value and marketability;
  4. increased access to credit;and
  5. fewer disputes and forced evictions.

Also, local (and national) governments would not be able to better manage land use and development, and mobilize resources.


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Languages: English
Themes: Land & Tenure, Land and Housing
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Branch/Office: Land, Tenure & Property Administration
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