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The Evolution of "Israel Lands"

The Evolution of "Israel Lands"

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Published by Lia Tarachansky
The Evolution of ³Israel Lands´
‡ Incorporation of the land seized in the wake of the 1948 war into the Israeli land regime. ‡ Key role of the JNF and JNF principles. ‡ Institutionalization of a new land regime over 93% of Israel¶s land. ‡ New system of ³Split Ownership´

Evolution of Land Rights in Israel Over the Past Century
Gradual but rapid transformation from ³split ownership´ (formal title with state and usage rights with holders) over 95% of land in the country to division of land in ³f
The Evolution of ³Israel Lands´
‡ Incorporation of the land seized in the wake of the 1948 war into the Israeli land regime. ‡ Key role of the JNF and JNF principles. ‡ Institutionalization of a new land regime over 93% of Israel¶s land. ‡ New system of ³Split Ownership´

Evolution of Land Rights in Israel Over the Past Century
Gradual but rapid transformation from ³split ownership´ (formal title with state and usage rights with holders) over 95% of land in the country to division of land in ³f

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The Evolution of “Israel Lands”
 
Incorporation of the land seized in the wakeof the 1948 war into the Israeli land regime.
Key role of the JNF and JNF principles.
Institutionalization of a new land regime over93
% of Israel’s land.
 
New system of “Split Ownership”
 
 
Evolution of Land Rights in IsraelOver the Past Century
Gradual but rapid transformation from “splitownership” (formal title with state and usage
rights with holders) over 95% of land in the
country to division of land in “full ownership”
between the state and private holders.By the end of the Mandate, the right to settled
miri 
was close to full ownership. Withenactment of the Land Law of 1969, thesefull ownership rights were recognized assuch b statute Sec. 153.
 
At the Same Time, Israel EstablishedA new System of Split Ownership
The “Israel Lands” system resembles the Ottoman
system, with a number of differences:
Different type of “state ownership”
- Officially, 3owners; practically, 2 owners.
Full ownership (
raqaba 
and
tasarruf 
) held by thestate, limited by leases.
Different land categories
 –
No longer miri, mulk,
matruka, etc., rather “agricultural land,” “public
land,” and “reserved land,” with full ILA control of 
land-use changes for agricultural land, based onpolicy established in 1965.

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