Edge, J. H. 'Application of copyhold enfranchisement to long leases in Ireland; assimilation of chattel and freehold succession, and simplification of transfer of land'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. VII, Part LIV, 1878/1879, pp317-325
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. VII, Part LIV, 1878/1879, pp317-325
The Report of the Committee of the House of Commons, on the working of the Bright Clauses of the Irish Land Act of 1870, has brought out in a glaring manner some anomalies and defects in the tenure of land in Ireland. The Committee, in fact, attribute the break-down in the working of these clauses in a great measure to the expense and delay attending the transfer of land from one individual to another, or from the state to a private purchaser; and the Report evidently shows forebodings of difficulties to arise hereafter from the same source.
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