The land administration system of Lesotho : challenges and opportunities
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University of Cape Town
The increasing need for effective land administration systems that help eradicate poverty, boost economic growth and lead countries to sustainable development, have led countries to engage in the reform of existing systems. In this process researchers and practitioners use appropriate methods, tools and frameworks to examine, analyse and evaluate existing systems prior to the design and implementation of new systems. The attempt to find suitable designs which are aligned with the best practices frameworks in land administration systems, has led to extensive research to develop, identify and test suitable methods and frameworks and to apply these to case studies. This research investigates and analyses the land administration system in Lesotho from a critical realist perspective.
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Mabesa, M. 2011. The land administration system of Lesotho : challenges and opportunities. University of Cape Town.