China land ministry clarifies the mystery of how to deal with expired land use right

Finally, China Ministry of Land and Resources posted on its website yesterday a Q&A series in which the long-waited guideline on how to deal with land use rights that have expired in some cities in China.

Early this year, local government in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province was reported to be ready to collect renewal fee from people whose properties are sitting…

The Tenure Issue of Land Use Right in China: what if it expires?

Most of you don’t really care about this as it has nothing to do with you, unless you have a property in China. By a property, I mean mainly apartments, houses, residential or commercial.

A  piece of news from Wenzhou, a economic hub of Zhejiang province, an eastern China province, has sort waken up Chinese people who have been intentionally or inadvertently…

Land Regulation Framework in China

1. types of land
According to the Land Law of the People’s Republic of China, effective as from January 1, 1999 (the “1999 Land Law”), land in China is basically categorized into three kinds, namely, agricultural land, construction land and unutilized land. The agriculture land refers to those directly used for agricultural production,…