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Monday, October 23, 2017
Tags: land law
Amending policies and laws to speed up land accumulation Amending policies and laws to speed up land accumulation
Land accumulation and consolidation aim at increasing agricultural production efficiency through expansion of production scope, sci-tech application and formation of specialized farming zones to develop a market-driven hi-tech agriculture.
Free will to enter into contract under the Civil Code Free will to enter into contract under the Civil Code
Freedom of contract in general or free will to enter into contract in particular is one of the basic principles of private law and civil code. Vietnam’s 2015 Civil Code contains necessary revisions to better guarantee these principles in the country’s private law system and in the formation and perfection of legal behavioral standards for subjects of private relations in conformity with international customs and practices.
Enforcement of security under the new resolution on dealing with bad debts Enforcement of security under the new resolution on dealing with bad debts
Resolution No. 42/2017/QH14 on trial dealing with non-performing loans of credit institutions was passed on June 21, 2017, by the National Assembly. It took effect on August 15, 2017, and remains in force for five years from that date. The resolution is a long-awaited text and expected to help credit institutions to better deal with their non-performing loans. A significant number of provisions of this text are about secured transactions which are at the heart of the process of recovery of bank loans for the time being. This article tries to give an overview of the text.
Directive No. 26/CT-TTg of June 6 2017 Directive No. 26/CT-TTg of June 6, 2017
On further effectively implementing Resolution No. 35/NQ-CP of May 16, 2016, in the spirit of the Government siding with businesses
PPP regulations to be revised PPP regulations to be revised
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has recently assigned the Ministry of Planning and Investment to collect opinions of ministries, sectors, localities and members of the Steering Committee on draft revisions to Government Decrees 15 and 30 of 2015.
Property rules for condotels needed Property rules for condotels needed
The Ministry of Construction has proposed the Government to assign the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to study amendments to the land law, especially regulations on classification and mechanism for use of mixed land areas and grant of certificates of land use rights and ownership of houses and other land-attached assets for condotels.
Existing inadequacies of Vietnams legislation on agricultural land Existing inadequacies of Vietnam’s legislation on agricultural land
Current agricultural production in Vietnam is characterized by slow growth rate and low productivity. Despite the fact that Vietnam is now the second largest rice exporter in the world, its farmers’ lives have not been much improved and, as a result, many of them quit farming, leading to an increasing trend of abandoning rice fields and agricultural land in recent years.
New rules on security over immovable property New rules on security over immovable property
Immovable property remains the most significant secured property in Vietnam. Civil Code No. 91/2015/QH13 dated November 24, 2015, which became effective on January 1, contains many changes to the legal framework applicable to security over immovable property that this article will try to point out.
Right of superficies concretizes the role of Civil Code as law of market economy Right of superficies concretizes the role of Civil Code as law of market economy
As a law of the market economy, the 2015 Civil Code contains substantially reformed provisions on property and ownership to make property truly become a commodity that can have its value maximized by different entities in different modes and on different scales.
Citizens more satisfied with health insurance coverage but more concerned about the environment: 2016 PAPI Report Citizens more satisfied with health insurance coverage, but more concerned about the environment: 2016 PAPI Report
Findings from the 2016 PAPI Report, released on April 4, 2017, show positive trends in public service delivery. However, citizens are more concerned about the environment than in past years, and weaknesses remain in citizen engagement in decision-making, government accountability, and control of corruption in the public sector.

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