A Legal Analysis of Limited Property Right House

Guanchen SHEN, Hong LI

Abstract


With the proposal of the market policy of constructing unified urban and rural construction land, the issue of small property right house again turns to be a hot issue in the real estate industry. Through an analysis of the current market condition of small property right house, relevant legislation and reasons for formation of small property right house, this paper proposes measures to resolve the issue of small property right house in a correct way, with an expectation of further enriching study on legal theory of small property right house, providing reference for making a correct decision by relevant departments and making pygmy effort for facilitating construction of a harmonious society.


Keywords


Small property right house; Relevant legislation; Binary land ownership system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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