Legal Transfer And The Legitimation Of Law: Implications Of Farm Family Property Provisions In Albanian Legislation
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KeywordsLegitimacy of governments; Law reform; Law reform -- Albania; Right of property -- Albania; Technical assistance -- Europe; Eastern; Technical assistance -- Albania; Land Economics/Use; Political Economy;
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