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Corruption and Land Administration

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The paper addresses corruption in land administration and land management. Based on information published in the free press, the conclusion was drawn that various forms of corruption occur as a result of abuse of discretion for personal gain, and nepotism or favoritism involving family or party members. Although the actual reach of corruption in land administration is difficult to determine, some measures are proposed on how to curb corruption.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2007

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