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Legal Analysis on Exchange of Right to Contract for the Rural Lands’ Management

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ABSTRACT

Although the existing laws have carried on the detailed provisions to the right to contract for the lands’ management, all parties’ interests conflicts were caused by the farmer’s little enthusiasm and excessive interference for the exchange’s behavior and the exchange was thus blocked. The situation did not apparently tally with the integration system’s goal for perfecting the urban-rural development that was proposed in the 18th CPC National Congress. To perfect the approval right, the restrictive provision shall become the key to standardize the exchange market, give more vitality to the right to contract for the lands’ management and solve the current problems.

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Yang, Y. (2015) Legal Analysis on Exchange of Right to Contract for the Rural Lands’ Management. Advances in Applied Sociology, 5, 331-335. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2015.512031.

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