An Analysis of the Conflict in Chinese Property Law: Eminent Domain Powers versus Real Property Rights (PDF)
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This article, written by a partner at a Shanghai, China, law firm, covers eminent domain powers and real property rights in China. It discusses the public interest requirement in land-taking laws in China, the exercise of eminent domain powers in China, and the illegal taking of property rights and land in that country. The article also covers proposals for future eminent domain procedures in China.
Dr. Fang Ye is a partner of ALLBRIGHT LAW OFFICES, the largest PRC law firm headquarted in Shanghai, China. Her practice area includes real estates and finance, land taking, corporate law, and litigation. Dr. Ye got her S.J.D and LL.B. from East China University of Politices and Law, and her doctoral degree dissertation is about land taking. She got her LL.M. from both William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii, and Tsing Hua University.
The author wishes to express her sincere gratitude to those associates and interns who contributed to the proofreading, translation, editing, and language polishing, including, but not limited to, Chang Liu, Ester Muwanga, Zhiyao Shan, Joy Morgen, Sarah Styslinger, Shiqian Ye, and David Huynh.
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