Pluralism & development
Studies in access to property in Africa
"First published as Acta Juridica 2011."
"Pluralism and development: studies in access to property in Africa, comprises a collection of papers presented at a conference held at the University of Cape Town in 2010"--P.  of cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Access to property in Africa : an introductory survey / Thomas Bennett & Hanri Mostert
Absolute ownership and legal pluralism in Roman law : two arguments / Helen Scott
Legal pluralism in Africa : the implications of state recognition of customary laws illustrated from the field of land law / Gordon Woodman
Legal pluralism and access to land in Nigeria / Enyinna Nwauche
The changing dynamics of customary land tenure : women's access to and control over land in Botswana / Anne Griffiths
Taking the gap : "living law land grabbing" in the context of customary succession laws in Southern Africa / Chuma Himonga
Securing women's property inheritance in the context of plurality : negotiations of law and authority in Mbunzini customary courts and beyond / Sindiso Mnisi Weeks
Contested power and apartheid tribal boundaries : the implications of "living customary law" for indigenous accountability mechanisms / Aninka Claasens
Lost in translation : family title in Fingo Village, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape / Rosalie Kingwill
Land information as a tool for effective land administration and development / Gerrit Pienaar
Legal pluralism : the investor's view / Johann Schiller
Promises of future performance and informal-sector transfers of personal property : the example of anglophone Cameroon / Claire Moore Dickerson
Indigenous-law land rights : constitutional imperatives and proprietary paradoxes / Anne Pope.