In Numbers 36, we see the resolution of a dispute between the daughters of Zelophehad and the rest of the Israelites. Zelophehad had died without any sons, leaving his five daughters as his only heirs. The daughters wanted to inherit their father's land, but the other Israelites were concerned that this would lead to the land being divided up among many different families, and thus the inheritance would be diminished.
In response to this dispute, God instructs Moses to tell the Israelites that the daughters of Zelophehad should be allowed to inherit their father's land. However, the daughters must marry within their own tribe, so that the land will remain within the tribe. This ensures that the land will not be divided up among many different families, and thus the inheritance will remain intact.
This resolution is a testament to the importance of family and tribal unity in the Israelite society. It also serves as a reminder that God is concerned with justice and fairness, and that He will intervene to ensure that the rights of the oppressed are upheld.