Alienated land

Alienated land

Alienated land is that which has been acquired from customary landowners by Government, either for its own use or private development requiring a mortgage or other forms of guarantees. The term refers historically to the appropriation of customary land by European colonial powers. Land was alienated in all colonies.

See also
*Alienation (property law)
*Land rights
*Aboriginal land claim


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