Rural Land Property Right System of China: Defects and Solutions

Juan CHEN, Shaolei YANG

Abstract


The innovations of the rural land property right system have the important meaning to Chinese agricultural and rural development. At the present stage, the rural land property right system of China have such problems as the unclear rural land property right subject, the incomplete rural land property right object, the uneven urban-rural land development right as well as the imperfect land property right management system. In the next stage of the system reform process of China, the innovation problem of the rural land property right system should be fully emphasized, and the related measures should be actively taken to perfect the rural land property right system, including clarifying the rural land property right subject, propelling the real right tendency of the rural land contractual management right, setting up the urban-rural unified market of land for construction, along with deepening carrying out the work of confirming the rural land property right and issuing the property right certificates.

Keywords


Rural land; Property right; Land property right system; Ownership dispute

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4312

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