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alienable

Law (of property) transferable to another owner
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'This is part of our continuing effort to simplify, streamline and fast-track the disposition of public alienable and disposable lands through free and homestead patents and we are doing this in strong partnership with local government units [LGUs],' Cimatu said in a news statement.
"This is part of our continuing effort to simplify, streamline, and fast track the disposition of public alienable and disposable lands through free and homestead patents, and we are doing this in strong partnership with local government units (LGUs)," Cimatu said.
For the property right, non-Liberians no more five acres for homestead which is freely alienable and maybe inherited; real estate property of no more 50 acres for industrial use or no more 1000 acres for agricultural use, purchased with development plan and intent to commence development no more than two years from date of purchase, that failure to develop within two years of the date leads to forfeiture at which time the property escheats to the state.
Since the Reeves Review of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (Cth) in the late 1990s, the Commonwealth has pursued an Indigenous land tenure reform agenda, the underlying premise of which is that traditionally grounded, communal forms of land title are a barrier to wealth creation, and that communally owned lands should give way to individualised and alienable rights in land.
That kind of divide and rule attitude is very dangerous because it undermine the communal co-existence who supposed to enjoy freedom to life and their alienable rights.
He stressed that the AIPU would give a top priority to the issues of particular societal categories in the Arab world such as women, the handicapped and children with a view to promoting and ensuring their alienable rights.
The Palestinians are human beings who deserve dignity and must have a political settlement to achieve their alienable rights for statehood," Razzooqi said.
As pertaining the Right of Return, the press release reported Hassassian as saying: "it is an alienable right and a necessary condition for achieving self-determination.
enjoy the protection of law as well as he is not being treated in accordance of law which is an alienable right of the citizens of the country.
The "unalienable rights" declared in the Declaration had become quite alienable in the hands of "Honest Abe." America was forcibly fed one-man rule under Lincoln and, unfortunately, many Americans developed a taste for it.
The fate of the collection hangs on a court case next week which will decide whether the collection is "alienable" - in other words whether it can be transferred to another owner and sold off to pay the PPF debt.
The disagreements were resolved yesterday, with both parties agreeing that the SmartCity Kochi company would have freehold rights over 12 per cent of the land but not have alienable rights to it.