الإصدار السابع والثلاثون: ٢٥ أيلول/سبتمبر ٢٠٢١م
من المجلة العالمية للعلوم الشرعية والقانونية

The effect of joint ownership on the privatization of agricultural land in Algeria

Benslimane Abdenour

Abstract

Our research aims to analyze the principle of joint ownership in agro-pastoral land in Algeria, particularly in the area of trara where the Melk land in undivided joint ownership is the subject of an opaque sharing between individuals, which led to conflicts between family members over arable land. During our investigation, it was found that the minority of actors have old property deeds dating back to Turkish times, and the others are based on manuscripts edited by the masters of the brotherhoods in the region and which are easy to falsify. . In the total absence of a cadastre in the region and the disinterest of the state towards mountain areas has left the field open to customary legitimacy, which complicated the land situation and worsened the problem of joint ownership in this region. To initiate the cadastral operation and regularize these types of land such as (limitation, land booklet), the Algerian state must first launch another effective and serious policy to deal with this land problem, especially in rural areas.

Keywords

Undivided, Privatization, Agricultural Land, Algeria

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