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Peculiarities of the state-owned land selling or transferring the rights thereof in Lithuania and China

(2011) Rural Development. 5. p.178-184
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Land is a special object of ownership. Ownership of land can be one of the main conditions to start and develop business as well as one of the preconditions to undertake economic activities. The Lithuanian Constitution generates an opportinstitutiony and a requirement to regulate the relationship with regards to acquisition, exploitation, and transfer of land as a special object of ownership. So far as China is concerned, according to the Constitution of the PRC, ownership of land is completely within the hand of the state as a whole and it is prohibited from being transferred in any way. Two categories of ownership of land exist in China, viz. state-owned land and collective-owned land. Although it is prohibited to transfer the ownership of land, he rights of the land use is allowed to transfer. However, many problems spring up in the course of transferring the rights of land use. Above all, the short-sighted state policy results in many severe problems.

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MLA
Perkumiene, Dalia, Wenliang Zhang, and Violeta Tamašauskienė. “Peculiarities of the State-owned Land Selling or Transferring the Rights Thereof in Lithuania and China.” Rural Development. Vol. 5. Akademija, Lithuania: Aleksandras Stulginskis University. Centre Rural Social Research, 2011. 178–184. Print.
APA
Perkumiene, D., Zhang, W., & Tamašauskienė, V. (2011). Peculiarities of the state-owned land selling or transferring the rights thereof in Lithuania and China. Rural Development (Vol. 5, pp. 178–184). Presented at the 5th International scientific conference on Rural Development 2011 : In global changes, Akademija, Lithuania: Aleksandras Stulginskis University. Centre Rural Social Research.
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Perkumiene, Dalia, Wenliang Zhang, and Violeta Tamašauskienė. 2011. “Peculiarities of the State-owned Land Selling or Transferring the Rights Thereof in Lithuania and China.” In Rural Development, 5:178–184. Akademija, Lithuania: Aleksandras Stulginskis University. Centre Rural Social Research.
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Perkumiene, Dalia, Wenliang Zhang, and Violeta Tamašauskienė. 2011. “Peculiarities of the State-owned Land Selling or Transferring the Rights Thereof in Lithuania and China.” In Rural Development, 5:178–184. Akademija, Lithuania: Aleksandras Stulginskis University. Centre Rural Social Research.
Vancouver
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Perkumiene D, Zhang W, Tamašauskienė V. Peculiarities of the state-owned land selling or transferring the rights thereof in Lithuania and China. Rural Development. Akademija, Lithuania: Aleksandras Stulginskis University. Centre Rural Social Research; 2011. p. 178–84.
IEEE
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D. Perkumiene, W. Zhang, and V. Tamašauskienė, “Peculiarities of the state-owned land selling or transferring the rights thereof in Lithuania and China,” in Rural Development, Akademija, Lithuania, 2011, vol. 5, pp. 178–184.
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So far as China is concerned, according to the Constitution of the PRC, ownership of land is completely within the hand of the state as a whole and it is prohibited from being transferred in any way. Two categories of ownership of land exist in China, viz. state-owned land and collective-owned land. Although it is prohibited to transfer the ownership of land, he rights of the land use is allowed to transfer. However, many problems spring up in the course of transferring the rights of land use. Above all, the short-sighted state policy results in many severe problems.}},
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  booktitle    = {{Rural Development}},
  issn         = {{1822-3230}},
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  title        = {{Peculiarities of the state-owned land selling or transferring the rights thereof in Lithuania and China}},
  volume       = {{5}},
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}

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