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The 6,452-hectare sugar estate in Tarlac province avoided getting broken up through a stock distribution option provided for in the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law that Aquino signed in 1988.
Congress passed the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in 1988, or two years after Mrs.
The comprehensive agrarian reform law was signed by Aquino in 1988.
'It should create a favorable environment for agribusiness investments in the countryside by removing the retention limit of 5 hectares for agricultural land under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform law.'
Before I step down [in 2016], we will be able to give land [to all beneficiary farmers] in areas covered by the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law," Aquino said.
Hence, even with the passage of the much-debated Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL), there is a mass of agrarian policy stakeholders (i.e., farmers, tillers, renters, squatters, rural poor) who are not satisfied with the government's policy reforms.
Over the past three decades, more than 100,000 hectares of agricultural land-roughly the combined size of Metro Manila and Cebu City-were approved for conversion to non-agricultural purposes since the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL) took effect.
He also cited the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law, which states that government-owned lands devoted to or suitable for agriculture are covered under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program and are to be planned and programmed for acquisition and distribution by DAR.
Among the most significant measures enacted for the sector in the last three decades are Republic Act 8178, or the Agricultural Tariffication Act of 1996; RA 6657, or the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law; RA 8435, or the Agricultural Fisheries Modernization Act (Afma) of 1997; and RA 10000, or the Agri-Agra Reform Credit Act of 2009.
He said the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law or Republic Act 6657 prohibits the sale or lease of lands covered by the CLOA for at least 10 years.
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