Historical periods of proprietorship and the changes of policies and management in Chetan village
Now the orders are similar all over the country, but socio-economic
and cultural differences do not permit complete uniformity; for
example, withdrawal of domestic animal from the forest is a policy
just for Caspian forest, and not for forests of other regions (see
Table 2 for outline of these three phases)..
This change had an impact on forests through changes in
proprietorship over several decades (see Table 2), but the basic
law about forests did not change; after normalization of the
situation, ownership and management moved towards the antecedent
situation and some members of the Sinaka family could procure their
forests and other land again..
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