Review of the iQoliqoli (Fishing Ground) Compensation Policy

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Land Equity International / accessUTS, for the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, Republic of Fiji Islands
Publication Type:
Report
Citation:
2010, pp. 1 - 119
Issue Date:
2010-01
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This confidential Final Report comprises the formal Review of the iQoliqoli (Fishing Ground) Compensation Policy, undertaken between July-October 2010 by LEI consultants Professor Spike Boydell and Mr Ulai Baya (both of whom are members of UTS: Asia-Pacific Centre for Complex Real Property Rights). The research was commissioned by the the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, Republic of Fiji Islands. In accordance with the Terms of Reference , 'the main objective of the review is to provide an in-depth assessment of the existing iQoliqoli compensation mechanism. In essence, this process is to determine the relevance of the iQoliqoli compensation guideline in relation to the current development trends and to consider the constraints, bottleneck (if any), and other grey areas and explore ways where any dealing between iQoliqoli rights owners and developers is fair and just to both parties'. Significant original research, stakeholder analysis, and modelling was developed for this project.
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