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Invitation to collaborate: "Legal Problems of Renewing the Term of the Right to Use Land for Construction of Dwellings."

The Foundation for Law and International Affairs is launching an exciting new project on "Legal Problems of Renewing the Term of the Right to Use Land for the Construction of Dwellings". In this post, I am sharing FLIA's call to collaborate, which is addressed to legal scholars at any stage of their carriers, and from any jurisdiction. For further information, the complete call can be found here
FLIA invites you to join the Comparative Research Project: Legal Problems of Renewing the Term of the Right to Use Land for Construction of Dwellings.
Background

The right to use land for construction of dwellings is a relatively new legal term in China. Recently, the legal problem of renewing the term of the right to use land for construction of dwellings after it expires has become a major concern for the public. 
There are two legal grounds governing this issue. One is the Property Law, which was adopted at the 5th session of the Tenth National People's Congress on March 1…