Agrarian law

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AGRARIAN LAW. Among the Romans, this name was given to a law, which had for its object, the division among the people of all the lands which had been conquered, and which belonged to the domain of the state.

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I saw they'd got to the agrarian laws of Caius Gracchus, and I wondered if they knew anything about the agrarian troubles in Ireland.
He said the Omnibus Rules of Summary Procedure applies to the cancellation of an EP, CLOA, or other title issued under any agrarian reform program arising from any of the following: Any case that does not have any remaining unresolved Agrarian Law Implementation (ALI) issues; an ALI case where the decision has become final and executory, and is not the subject of an annulment action or an ALI case or a cancellation case where the petitioner or all the parties would like to withdraw the said ALI or cancellation case.
In a report by the DAR, 58,220 agrarian law implementation cases remain pending from July 2016 to June 2017.
03, Series of 2003 on adjudication of cases involving Agrarian Law Implementation (ALI) to foster a just, inexpensive, and expeditious determination of agrarian case though A.
Agrarian law was issued in the Official Gazette on March 23, 1945 and became valid on the same date.
Lucas and Warren set the scene in Chapter One, beginning with an analysis of the 1960 Basic Agrarian Law (BAL/UUPA 5/60) and its treatment under both the Old and New Orders, especially its famous qualification that acknowledgment of the territorial rights of adat communities must accord with the national interest.
Each chapter of this work has in view a distinct aspect of this program: ideology and communist propaganda, agrarian law, criminal law, the means of repression and defeating the resistance of the population.
Even though land transactions were formally prohibited due to agrarian law, new owners found gaps and mechanisms within the framework of their growing position to expand their wealth.
An example of that evasiveness can be found in the agrarian law for Turkestan: the compiler of the law concluded that none of the terms described above accurately conveyed the meaning of agrarian relations in this region.
In earlier chapters he suggests that Java has been quite successful in accommodating a growing population in both agriculture and non-agricultural activities although he also points out that the agrarian legislation adopted after independence, especially the Basic Agrarian Law of 1960, strengthened the class of rural landowners who in turn were able to invest in off-farm activities, and in their children's education.
Upon becoming tribune, Tiberius immediately took up the issue of land reform and made the passage of a new lex agraria, an agrarian law, his main objective.
The latter kind of conflict was especially characteristic of the various struggles following the Agrarian law promulgated by the Gracchi.