Measures for Improvement of the Land Acquisition and Compensation System in Urban-Rural Integrated Construction Land Market

Jing SHEN

Abstract


The report on the 3rd Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of CPC elaborated on the establishment of urban-rural integrated construction land market and pointed out the direction for the future land reform. During the process of building the urban-rural integrated construction land market, land acquisition and compensation is the core issue. In the current land acquisition and compensation system, problems like too low standard for land compensation, unreasonable distribution mechanism of the acquisition benefits and a lack of transparency in the acquisition procedure exist. This paper aims to solve these problems through reestablishing the compensation principle for land acquisition , establishing the scientific and reasonable compensation mode for land acquisition, raising the compensation standard and perfecting the land acquisition and compensation procedure.


Keywords


Land acquisition; Land compensation; Due procedure; Compensation fee for land acquisition

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

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