At the same time powerful landed nobles, on whom the tsar depended most immediately for social support and high state personnel, became increasingly resistant to political reform or changes in the patterns of landholding .
In Chapter 10 we will tell you about the new form of landholding , called commonhold, which is introduced by the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.
Contemporary patterns of landholding in the Pacific Northwest reflect this legacy of land accumulation by a few large timber firms.
Rural aging will have implications for food security, patterns of landholding , health services, labor markets, and so on.
Patterns of landholding and inheritance varied between these units of land.
Finally, we consider the penal laws, which denied the Catholic Irish civil entitlements and placed severe restrictions on education and landholding .
The legislation included a prohibition of the sale of peasant land to non-peasants, and a maximum allowable landholding : it was not intended to create a few big peasant landowners.
From the first decades of English settlement in the Plymouth and Massachusetts colonies to the end of the seventeenth century, norms of landholding were established and then maintained by both the English and the Indians.
under the reform private landholding was restricted
Other institutional issues surrounding landholding and land tenure must also be explored.