Land claims in East Timor
Exploration of the issues surrounding resettlement of the East Timorese population since independence. Effectively having a 'clean slate' to establish ownership laws and institutions to regulate land ownership and use, the new East Timorese government must seek to balance the peace, security and economy of its people. Includes references and index. Author is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the Australian National University.
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The land and its people
The legal context for claims based on Indonesian titles
Indonesian titles and land administration
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adverse possession allocation apply areas based on Indonesian Baucau belligerent occupation cent Chapter claimants claims based colonial compensation competing claims cultivation current occupiers customary law Dili displaced groups district East Timor East Timorese government Ermera eviction example expropriation faith formal rights Fourth Geneva Convention Fretilin grant hectares held housing Indonesian authorities Indonesian dispossession Indonesian law Indonesian military Indonesian occupation Indonesian property titles Indonesian titles interests Interfet international law issue land administration land claims framework land in East land titles large numbers law of belligerent liurai Maliana Manatuto District option owners ownership Papua New Guinea particular plantation political Portuguese Timor Portuguese title properties Portuguese-era titles principles programs property restitution re-settlement registered relating resolving land claims right of building rights to land SKEP 40 social Soeharto tenure reform titleholder traditional authority traditional land traditional rights transactions UNTAET Regulation valid village Viqueque