A study on Theoretical Construction of the Right of Claim on Social Assistance Benefits: From the Perspective of Comparative Study in the Mainland and Taiwan of China

Lingzhu ZHANG

Abstract


In China, governmental administrative departments conduct property investigations to confirm social assistance objects whose incomes can not maintain a basic standard of living, namely these people legally obtain the right of claim on social assistance benefits. The right of claim on social assistance benefits not only reflects the effective implementation of the benefits administration legislation which protects individual legitimate rights and interests, but also is a response to the goal of the state public welfare administration which is expected to guarantee a basic living standard for everyone.


Keywords


Benefits administration; Social assistance; The right of claim on social assistance benefits; Administrative action.

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