Access To and Control Over Land from a Gender Perspective: A Study Conducted in the Volta Region of Ghana
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- Duncan, B.A.
This is the 2004 Land Act.
This document has been split into two volumes. Volume 1 contains Chapters 1–26 (Rr. 1.01–26.31), and Volume 2 contains Schedules 1–6, Dictionary and the Notes. Each volume has its own Table of Contents
This Code of Persons and Family was enacted in 2004 and is usually cited as the 2004 Code of Persons and Family. However, there may also be citations to the same law as the 2002 Code of Persons and Family. This is likely because the National Assembly passed the law in 2002, but then the President signed the law in 2004.
This is law No. 98-750
Full Citation: Sargeson, S., "Full circle? Rural land reforms in globalizing China," 36(4) CRITICAL ASIAN STUDIES 637 (2004).
Source: Rugadya, M., Obaikol, E. and Kamusiime, H., "Gender and the Land Reform Process in Uganda: Assessing Gains and Losses for Women in Uganda," 2 AfD LAND RESEARCH SERIES (August 2004).
Full citation: FAO, "A Gender Perspective on Land Rights: Equal Footing," FAO REPORT (2004).