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Scholars explore civil legislation on property

| 2017-08-24 | Hits:
(Chinese Social Sciences Today)

At a recent seminar, experts and scholars of law discussed policy suggestions for property law, which will be integrated into a unified civil code that is slated to come into force in 2020. The seminar was sponsored by the Research Institute of Civil Law under the China Law Society and organized by the Civil Commercial and Economic Law School at the Gansu Institute of Political Science and Law. Chen Xiaojun, deputy head of the Research Institute of Civil Law, said that the compilation work should be grounded in reality and easy to implement. Experts in attendance explored in depth a range of issues, including the protection of virtual property, strictness of principles and registration of real estate as well as land acquisition and use rights. In addition, they put forward suggestions about the entire arrangement and design of specific provisions.