The term pisatario it is used in Venezuela to allude to farmer leasing the working surface , as detailed by the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ) in your dictionary. This means that the pisatario disburses money as a lease for the land that is dedicated to cultivate.
It is important to keep in mind, however, that the use of pisatario may vary. The formal definition is linked to the farmer who, through the payment of a canon , cultivate land that is not his property. Therefore, in this context, the pisatario is responsible for leasing the land and to work it.
However, over the years, the notion of pisatario acquired another meaning. It is called pisatario who live in an informal settlement in an urban or peri-urban area , occupying unpaid land and without legal permission. These pisatarios or occupants, therefore, make use of the surface and do not pay any fees or rent to the owner.
The concept must be understood, then, in context. A pisatario can be a farmer who pays to usufruct a countryside or an individual who illegally occupies public or private land to settle.
In the latter case, many times the formalization and legalization of the occupation is sought . The pisatario can remain many years in the occupied zone, developing his house and establishing links with the place and the surroundings. So it is usual that since State It is intended to help, through various mechanisms, that the subject can have ownership of the land.