Individuals cannot privately own land in China but may obtain transferrable land-use rights for a number of years for a fee. Currently, the maximum term for urban land-use rights granted for residential purposes is seventy years. In addition, individuals can privately own residential houses and apartments on the land (“home ownership”), although not the land on which the buildings are situated.
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Library ResourceReports & ResearchOctober, 2014China
Library ResourceLegislationFebruary, 2002China
This Act is enacted for the purposes of regulating expropriation of land, ensuring reasonable land use, safeguarding private properties and promoting public interest. Land expropriation shall be governed by this Act.To establish any of the undertakings for public interest purpose as prescribed in Article 3, the State may expropriate private land.
Library ResourceLegislationJune, 1951China
This Act governs the leasing of farm land.The amount of rent from farm land shall not exceed 37.5 per cent of the total annual harvest of the principal product of its main crops. It shall be reduced to 37.5 per cent if the originally agreed rent is more than 37.5 per cent. It shall not be increased to 37.5 per cent if the originally agreed rent is less than 37.5 per cent.The Municipal or County (City) Government and the Village (Township,City, District) Office shall respectively set up the Farm Land Tenancy Committee.
Library ResourceRegulationsOctober, 1946China
This Regulation is enacted according tothe Land Act.The acquisition, creation, transfer, change, or nullification of the land rights as prescribed in Article 4, shall be duly registered. The registration agency shall not cancel any land right that has been duly registered according to the Regulation without a valid court decree for cancellation, unless otherwise provided by the Regulation.
Library ResourceLegislationFebruary, 2002China
This Act is enacted for the purposes of regulating expropriation of land, ensuring reasonable land use, safeguarding private properties and promoting public interest.
Library ResourceLegislationAugust, 1954China
This Act provides for assessment of land value, taxation according to the declared land value, government purchase of land according to the declared land value, land value increment to the public, offences and penalties, etc.A land evaluation committee shall be established by the Special Municipal Government or the County / City Government and composed of representatives of local people and other persons of justice.
Library ResourceRegulationsSeptember, 2006China
These Regulations, consisting of 17 articles, are enacted in accordance with the Land Administration Law of the People's Republic of China, aiming to strengthen the management of land resources in the Yili River Basin, rationally develop and use land, protect and improve the ecological environment, and achieve sustainable development.The land development of the Yili River Basin refers to the activities of scientific, rational and effective exploitation and business operation of the undeveloped land in the Yili River Baisin.
Library ResourceLegislationMarch, 2007China
The Act is enacted to perfect cadastral management, ensure land rights, and promote land use.In order to investigate cadastral registration in which the contents of rights are incomplete or inconsistent with the existing laws and regulations, after clarifying the content of rights and ownership, the authority concerned shall register again. The municipal or county (city) authority concerned shall investigate within its jurisdiction the land cadastre.
Library ResourceRegulationsApril, 1936China
These Regulations, consisting of 36 Articles divided into 5 Chapters, are enacted pursuant to Article 6 of Land Tax Act and Article 25 of the Equalization of Land Right Act. The Regulations provides for the reduction/exemption standards (Chapter 2), the reduction/exemption procedure (Chapter 3) and inspection and supervision (Chapter 4).
Implements: Land Tax Act. (2015-07-01)
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2011Bangladesh, United States of America, Afghanistan, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Australia, Laos, United Kingdom, Guinea, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Nepal, Pakistan, Yemen, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Japan, India, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, Asia, Oceania
Document de travail sur les régimes fonciers 20. Ce document analyse les caractéristiques des systèmes de propriété communale dans divers pays d’Asie. Les pressions actuelles du marché sur les ressources naturelles créent à la fois des défis et des opportunités pour les communautés et pour les gouvernements en vue d’utiliser et de renforcer les systèmes de propriété commune pour promouvoir la gestion durable des ressources naturelles. Des politiques et des institutions ad hoc sont nécessaires pour promouvoir la redevabilité des acteurs et la bonne gouvernance de ces ressources.
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