HISTORICAL LAND INJUSTICES IN IN KENYA AND THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA OF KENYA 2010

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ABSTRACT
The debate as to what is a historical land injustice is not new. A number of forums have been held at which this issue was a subject of protracted discussion. Underpinned by the concept of entitlement as its theoretical paradigm, this dissertation examines the genesis of public land ownership and its disposition in the post-colonial era, how this has disadvantaged some sections of the society and given rise to claims of historical land injustices and disputed land allocations. The dissertation also intends to make proposals on how best to redress historical land injustices and disputed land allocations, as well as the institution of a more effective National Land Commission as envisaged by the Constitution of Kenya 2010. In works of this nature repetition is unavoidable. I will try to keep them within limits.

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