De propiedad comunal a propiedad individual en el escenario agrario republicano de Venezuela. El caso de Timotes, Mérida

Samudio A., Edda O.
November 2012
Mundo Agrario;2012, Vol. 13 Issue 25, Special section p1
Academic Journal
We dealed with here the long process events experienced by indigenous the communal property in Venezuela from its origins in century XVI, the anticorporative policy of the Borbones, to its extinction or suppression, when institutionalizing the individual property in Venezuela in century XIX, by referring particular to the Venezuelan Mérida. The analysis includes/understands the factors that took part in their progressive deterioration, propiciadores of the application of the legislation that determined its liquidation to culminate a stage of the individual dilemma versus community that characterized the agrarian policy of century XIX.


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