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Last edited 10 Feb 2023
International Land Measurement Standard: Due Diligence for Land and Real Property Surveying, 1st edition, published by the International Land Measurement Standard Coalition in May 2019, defines land tenure as: ‘The rules and arrangements connected with owning specified interests in the land. This can be defined as the relationship, whether legally or customarily defined, among people, as individuals or groups, with respect to land and associated natural resources (water, trees, minerals, wildlife, etc.). Rules of tenure define how property rights in land are to be allocated within societies. Land tenure systems determine who can use what resources for how long and under what conditions. Land use can also be used to signify an existing land use separate from its formal designation.’
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