Real Right Alternation and Its Adversarial Problem Under Registration Antagonism

Yaqi HU

Abstract


With the continuous development of socialist market economy in China, real right alternation has become increasingly frequent, which is becoming the critical issue in the legislation of real right. In this legislation, a binary structure model has been adopted by China, which is based on registration essentials doctrine and supplemented by registration antagonism. This paper describes the registration antagonism in the real right alternation, and studies its adversarial problems.


Keywords


Real right alternation; Registration antagonism; Adversarial problem

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

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