FAO LAND TENURE STUDIES
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The Design of Land Consolidation Pilot Projects in Central and Eastern Europe

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2003

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FAO LAND TENURE STUDIES

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

FOREWORD

1. INTRODUCTION

2. WHY LAND CONSOLIDATION IS IMPORTANT

The rural situation and land tenure
Rural development and land consolidation
The need for a land consolidation strategy

3. WHAT IS LAND CONSOLIDATION

Scope of land consolidation schemes
Approaches to land consolidation
Preconditions

4. WHAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN A LAND CONSOLIDATION PILOT PROJECT

Defining the rules, roles and responsibilities
Putting the requirements in place

5. ADDITIONAL STEPS TO FACILITATE LAND CONSOLIDATION

6. PREPARING FOR AN ONGOING PROGRAMME

7. FINAL COMMENTS

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