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In Goldstein's research about the Gyantse district specifically, he found them owning typically from 20 acres (81,000 m) of land each.
With the change in social stratification the du-jung and the mi-bo lower classes were the first to avoid the forms of marriage that characterized the older society.
Since 1981, the Tibet Autonomous Region government no longer permits new polyandric marriages under family law.
Their primary civil responsibility was to pay taxes (tre-ba and khral-pa means "taxpayer"), and to supply corvée services that included both human and animal labor to their district authority.
According to Goldstein, the entire family structure and marriage system were subordinated to serve the land and corporate family unit.