Thursday, January 28, 2010
Vicki Been's latest SSRN digest of Property, Land Use, & Real Estate Law Abstracts has three articles on non-U.S. land use issues:
Maelys De la Ruppelle, Deng Quhen (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)), Li Shi (CASS), & Thomas Vendryes, Land Rights Insecurity and Temporary Migration in Rural China.
Robert D. Tennyson (Berkeley--Jurisprudence & Social Policy), Legal Precedents of the Parliamentary Enclosure Movement.
British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI), Consultation Paper on Section 29 (2) of the Land Title Act and Notice of Unregistered Interests.
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