PAPUA NEW GUINEA - REPORT ON LAND PROBLEMS

By: SIMPSON, S. Rowton,

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA - REPORT ON LAND PROBLEMS by SIMPSON, S. Rowton, C.B.E., M.A. [Cantab]. of the Inner Temple Barrister-at-Law, Land Tenure Adviser, Ministry of Overseas Development, London
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Port Moresby, PNG. original report;. pages summary and index + 28 pages + 10 annexures; Clear plastic cover, perfect bound. 30.5cm x 21.5cm; fine condition, original report;. The author in the summary and index begins by setting out his terms of reference which he has construed as inviting him to comment at large on land policy and procedure in Papua/New Guinea. He was engaged on a project to replace Dowson and Sheppard's book on Land Registration, but was unable to resist the invitation to undertake this assignment though he cannot give it the time it needs. He gives an account of his tour. He arrived in Canberra on 22nd May 1969 and after two days there, went to Pt Moresby for the Waigani seminar which lasted a week and proved to be an excellent preliminary to the study of the problem. He spent the next fortnight visiting Popondetta, Lae, Madang, Goroka, Kundiawa, Minj, Hagen and Rabaul, and in discussions at Port Moresby. Later in the summary he states that there are three possible courses of action - do nothing, patch and mend the existing legal framework or undertake a recasting of the legislation. He thinks they may be driven to adopt the second though he would prefer the third. EXTREMELY RARE

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