Sunday, June 20, 2010
Omolo Joseph Agutu (LL.M. Student, National University of Singapore) has posted Linking Title Registration in Kenya to Vision 2030: The Need for Review of Land Law. The abstract:
This paper argues for the proper recognition of land as one of the main pillars for the realisation of Vision 2030. This is does by looking at the significance of land to development from three different perspectives which touch on various sectors of the economy in Kenya ranging from development of infrastructure to anchoring the tourism sector on a sustainable basis to promotion of agricultural production to use of title to land to access credit. This paper argues that the foregoing aspects of development rely heavily on the title registration in Kenya and calls for reforms.
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