Who Owns Scotland

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Canongate, 1996 - Land reform - 235 pages
This book is designed to inform and provoke. It reviews the history and politics of land reform in Scotland, analyzes the extent of available information on this controversial subject, and provides a critique of the existing ownership pattern and land tenure pattern. The book concludes by proposing a radical programme of land reform for a future Scottish parliament.

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Contents

Who Owns Scotland
19
The Research Process
26
The Pattern and the People
142
Agriculture
169
Crofting
179
International Comparisons
189
Debunking the Myths
197
Towards a Land Reform Agenda
204
Conclusions
216
A Cadastral Land Register
225
Directors of Companies
231
MoD Holdings 237
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