Is this land “ejido” land?
NO! Our land is not ejido land. Our land is 100% owned outright. We would not take the chance of starting a project of this magnitude if there were a chance of problems in the future.
In Mexican system of government, an ejido (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈxiðo], from latin exitum) is an area of communal land used for agriculture, on which community members individually possess and farm a specific parcel. Ejidos are registered with Mexico’s National Agrarian Registry (Registro Agrario National). The system of ejidos dates from the Aztecs‘ rule ofMexico.[when?] During the colonization of Mexico by the Spanish and other European settlers,[when?] the Spanish encomienda system replaced the ejidos.