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Legal Reconstruction of the Government’s Role in Urban Housing Levy

Author: WangShiWei
Tutor: ChenXinYong
School: Zhejiang University
Course: Law
Keywords: housing levy public interest the role of goverment
CLC: D922.181
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Accelerating the process of urbanization today, housing levy has become the focus of attention. In the past decade, social disputes have been caused by house demolition one after another. Demolitions of serious incidents of violence, caused a petition to be evicted, resulting in many social contradictions, but also made the government facing a severe test of credibility.In the heated debate about house demolition, "Urban Housing Demolition Management Regulations" implemented for a decade was abolished eventually in the name of "evil laws". But the problem of government’s role confusion in the urban house demolition has not been solved by the repeal of the Act. In the occasion of official enactment about "Regulations of Housing Levy and Housing Compensation on the State-owned land ", discussing the government’s role in the urban house demolition, has toretical and practical significance. About this paper, in the background of evolution of the government’s role in the urban housing demolition,the writer points out dislocation of the government’s role and its reasons;combing with the the real plight of government’s role in house demolition, the writer try to find the government’s legal position.All text includes the introduction, three body chapters and conclusion. In the introduction,from the vicious demolition case and the plight of the role of government,the writer analyse the purpose of the research and status of domestic research. The first chapter analyzes relatd concepts about housing levy and the evolution of government’s role in housing levy and house demolition. The second chapter analyzes the role of government in house demolition in the current status and causes of dislocation. The third chapter,in the background of enactment of "Regulations of Housing Levy and Housing Compensation on the State-owned land ", analyzes legal role in housing levy that the government should be. In the part of conclusion,it is a summary of the full text.

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