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Vol 23 No 2 Feb/March 2018

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The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

Edited by: Daniel Clarry
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Transformation of the Law on Farmland Transfer in China: From a Governance Perspective

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Edited by: Linlin Li

ISBN13: 9789462366459
Published: January 2016
Publisher: Eleven International Publishing
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £83.00

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This book addresses the question of how to balance private land rights and the public powers involved in the farmland transfer in China from a newly-defined governance perspective. Based on the systems approach and the reflexive-law approach, four dimensions to a balanced regulation of farmland transfer should be considered under the governance perspective.

These four dimensions mainly concern the making of new rules or further improvements in current laws and regulations. Due to the emphasis on the design of procedural rules, the law making process and the enforcement of related law are expected to be improved. This, in turn, calls for a transformation of the law on farmland transfer in China.

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Other Jurisdictions , China
1. Introduction
2. A Governance Perspective in the Regulated Farmland Transfer System
3. Reform of Collective Land Ownership and Farmland Transfer in China
4. Unbalanced Regulation of Farmland Transfer in China
5. Unsecured Land Tenure and a Need for a Transformation in the Law
6. Innovations in Farmers' Empowerment and Participation in Practice
7. Balanced Governance of (Market) Farmland Transfers Based on International Experience
8. Adoption of the International Model of a Well-Governed Expropriation System in China
9. Barriers to Make and Implement the Rules on Balanced Governance of Farmland Transfer
10. Conclusion