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Establishment of the System of the Public Limited Compensation

Author: HuangWeiZuo
Tutor: ShenLinRong
School: CPC Jiangsu Provincial Party School
Course: Constitutional and Administrative Law
Keywords: Public restrictions Private rights Property Compensate
CLC: D922.1
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2007
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Abstract


Executive compensation as an important system of regulation , and the protection of civil rights of government power in dealing with the relationship between public and private interests to provide a balance of technical means . Public as an important part of the executive compensation restrictions compensation , the administrative body based on the purpose of public interest , imposed on the private property rights of the limitations of administrative acts , and constitute a special burden of the property rights enjoyed by they shall give them a certain standard of compensation obligations . Public restrict compensation system , build background undergone a subtle change - the power of non-mandatory and property rights relative , the relationship between public power and private rights presented new features of the times that the public power and private rights for the entire public law had an impact on the need to establish a new system to make up for the vacuum left by the previous system . Specific to the field of executive compensation , expropriation, requisition system as the core system of executive compensation seems in practice in front of a single lag relative can not provide a comprehensive and effective means of relief . This article is realizing the objective facts , the face of the public limit behavior of private rights exist in real life no way to relief to seek regulation theory attempts to be within the scope of the administrative law and institutional building . The structure of the article contains the following four parts : the first part is the introduction of the basic theory of the public limit compensation ; second part introduces utility restrict compensation system and development process , and the legal practice in his country ; The third part is the public limit behavior in our empirical considerations , and analysis of the existing and the main problem facing ; final part is the author of the idea of public limit compensation system .

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