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Do We Really Need Land Registration in the Marshalls?, by Francis X. Hezel, SJ

Assessment of the problems in recording and registering land weighed against its benefits

September 2004 (MC #52)  Land Issues

Land: Public Use and Regulation, by Francis X. Hezel, SJ

Discussion of the importance of land for public service and the problems of acquiring it.

May 2000 (MC #27)  Government   Land Issues

Land: As Investment, by Francis X. Hezel, SJ

Land in the islands is a treasure that can be left unused or invested for future prosperity.

February 2000 (MC #25)  Land Issues

Land: Is It Time For a Change in Direction?, by Francis X. Hezel, SJ

Land is a priceless cultural inheritance, but it can also be used for future development.

November 1999 (MC #23)  Land Issues

Land Issues in Chuuk, by Francis X. Hezel, SJ

Report from a two-day conference on land problems in Chuuk.

October 1994 (MC #16)  Cultural   Land Issues

Beyond the Spoken Word: Insuring the Legacy of Our Land

Once land rights were too important to be entrusted to a piece of paper. Now they're too important not to be. This documentary explains why, and what the Marshalls can do about registering land.

2004 (19:17 mins) Island Topics #42   Government   Land Issues

It's My Own Land, Isn't It?

Two short spoofs that make a case for some government regulation of private land--zoning and eminent domain.

2000 (23:15 mins) Island Topics #23   Cultural   Government   Land Issues

Land: Investing in Our Future

Land, which has always been traditionally prized in the islands, takes on new meanings today. This documentary explores the ways in which land might be used as a resource.

2000 (26:00 mins) Island Topics #22   Economics   Land Issues






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