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Individual Property Rights on Canadian Indian Reserves

Type: Research Studies
Date Published: August 12, 2002
Research Topics:
Governance, Law & Judicial System, Aboriginal Issues
There are four different but overlapping regimes of private-property rights-customary rights, certificates of possession, land codes under the First Nations Land Management Act, and leases-already exist on reserves across Canada, as do several unique regimes, such as the Sechelt and Nisga'a cases. These various regimes are worthy of serious study by economists, lawyers, and political scientists with a view to establishing how well they work and how they might be perfected for the benefit of First Nations.
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