Grazing Land in UK Law

  • African range wars: Climate, conflict, and property rights
    • Núm. 49-1, Enero 2012
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article examines the effect of climate change on a type of armed conflict that pits pastoralists (cattle herders) against each other (range wars). Such conflicts are typically fought over wate...
    ......Such conflicts are typically fought over water rights and/or grazing rights to unfenced/unowned land. The state is rarely involved directly. ......
  • RECENT ECONOMIC TRENDS
    • Núm. 3-3, Octubre 1956
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... in the size of agricultural holdings and in landownership in Scotland. Although the agricultural statistics relate to ... 1945 and 1955 the total agricultural area, including rough grazing land, has been reduced by nearly 58,000 acres. The wartime ......
  • The Animals Act 19711
    • Núm. 34-5, Septiembre 1971
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... the highway-negligence; (3) a cow escapes from common land onto the highway-no liability; (4) a cow escapes from the ... No judge is going to say that on low value sheep grazing land such as mountain, moor and hill farm land fencing ......
  • Indigeneity of Peoples in the Context of Ethiopia: A Tool in the Pursuit of Justice Against Land Dispossessions
    • Núm. , Febrero 2019
    • African Journal of International and Comparative Law
    • 1-24
    ...... of land in the Afar region were transferred into the hands of commercial actors which resulted in devastating consequences, including loss of grazing land and displacement of the Afar mobile pastoralists. 88 . When nationalisation of the large-scale commercial farms took place after a military ......
  • Essentials of Overseas Agricultural Development: Implications for the U.S. Agency for International Development
    • Núm. 3-9, Diciembre 1970
    • International Relations
    ...... In addition, we are moving to open up more land for agriculture by the control of human disease infecting ... to semi-arid and arid regions suited only to grazing herds of cattle, sheep, goats and other livestock. The ......
  • Reversing the ‘Tragedy’ of the Commons? Sustainable Management and the Commons Act 2006
    • Núm. 73-3, Mayo 2010
    • The Modern Law Review
    The Commons Act 2006 is the first statute since the Commons Registration Act 1965 to address the problems associated with the management of common land in England and Wales. A key focus for the 200...
    ...... to addressthe problems associa ted with the manag ement of comm on land in England andWal es. A key focu s for the 2006 Act is the intr oduction ... passing of the Com- mons Act20 06.The fourthwas the North Norfolk grazing marshes at Brancasterand Thornham. For further information, historical ......
  • Colonial and Post-Colonial Reconstructions of Customary Land Tenure in Zimbabwe
    • Núm. 7-1, Marzo 1998
    • Social & Legal Studies
    Settler colonialism in Zimbabwe involved the alienation of land as well as the restruc turing of customary tenure. The restructured customary tenure vested title to land in the colonial state thus ...
    .......2 With respect to land, the Native Regulations of 1898 empowered Native Commissioners to assign land for huts, gardens and grazing. New huts could not be built nor new gardens cultivated without their consent. Furthermore, Native Commission- ers had authority to ......
  • The past, present and future(s) of environmental security studies
    • Núm. 46-3, Septiembre 2011
    • Cooperation and Conflict
    ......, they may come into conflict over scarce resources of arable or grazing land. . The ENCOP team argues that environmental degradation and conflict ......
  • Compulsory purchase and compensation update 2017
    • Núm. 35-5, Agosto 2017
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 528-534
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide an annual update on case law relating to compulsory purchase and compensation. Design/methodology/approach: Researching decisions made by the Court...
    ......Lands Chamber) in the field of compensation. Commentary on the legal and ... a houseand garden, stabling for three horses, paddock, and grazing land for the horses and barn.Plot 2 was two hectares of land to the north ......
  • Compulsory purchase and compensation update – 2015
    • Núm. 33-6, Septiembre 2015
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 586-593
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to provide a summary and analysis of recent legal decisions relating to compensation for compulsory purchase. Design/methodology/approach: – The paper summa...
    ...... available.Keywords Compensation, Compulsory purchase, Betterment, Land taken, No-scheme world,Ransom valuePaper type Technical ... purchase by the North West DevelopmentAgency of two plots of grazing land totalling 10.86 hectares. The claimant hadJournal of Property ......
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