In Africa, most stakeholders believe that land tenure and registration systems were borrowed from Europe. As a matter of fact, the land tenure systems introduced in the late nineteenth century by colonialists in their respective colonies had never been applied in their countries. The purpose of this brief is to show how Europe created and secured its own ownership system from the old customary rights without ever resorting to the administrative registration of land.
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