Probe into the Reform of Land System Viewing from “Limited Property House”

Caiyun Jing

Abstract


“Limited property house” has already appeared for a long period. In history, it derives from China’s early land policy. Today, it needs to be regulated in time. The core of “limited property house” is the definition, limitation, and transfer of residential lands in China’s rural land policy. The essence of “limited property house” is whether Chinese farmers have the ownership, right of disposition, and right of profitability of the residential lands. The emergence of “limited property house” is also a chance for China starting a new land system reform. How to reform, regulate, and manage China’s present land system and how to embody the “farmer, countryside, and agriculture” policy and the people’s livelihood policy by land system deserve to be studied and deepened further.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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