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Friday, February 3, 2023
Tags: law on land
Amended Law on Land to ensure long-term strategy Amended Law on Land to ensure long-term strategy
The National Assembly Standing Committee discussed the draft amended Law on Land as it continued the legal symposium on September 22.
VCCI calls for land law draft revision VCCI calls for land law draft revision
As the Ministry of Justice is gathering comments on a draft amending the Law on Land, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry comments that the draft needs revisions to be legally consistent with the Law on Real Estate Business and Law on Housing.
Vietnam strives to resolve land issues for the interest of all parties Vietnam strives to resolve land issues for the interest of all parties
In a recent interview with the media, Politburo member and head of the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission Tran Tuan Anh discussed the positive changes that Resolution No. 18-NQ/TW about land management and use will bring about for people, the State and investors.
Government proposes delay to submission of draft amended Land Law to NA Government proposes delay to submission of draft amended Land Law to NA
The Government has proposed a delay to a submission of the draft Law on Land (amended) to the National Assembly until the Party Central Committee issues directions on reforms of land-related policies and laws.
Investment electricity law amendments discussed at NA extraordinary session Investment, electricity law amendments discussed at NA extraordinary session
Changes to the Investment Law and Electricity Law were the focus of the National Assembly’s extraordinary meeting in Hanoi on January 6.
Charge over future assets: an overview Charge over future assets: an overview
Charge over future assets was first recognized in Government Decree 165/1999/ND-CP dated November 19, 1999, on secured transactions. Since then, charge over future assets has become more and more popular and show its important position in financial activities. This is the aim of this article to provide an overview about this special type of charges.
Institutional and legal reform key to business growth: experts Institutional and legal reform key to business growth: experts
Institutional and legal reforms will be the key factors in business development over the next five to 10 years in Vietnam, experts have said.
Taking security over immoveable assets in renewable energy projects Taking security over immoveable assets in renewable energy projects
Under the Amended National Power Development Plan for the Period from 2011 to 2020, with a vision toward 2030, it is expected that renewable energy will account for 10.7 percent of the total power capacity of 572 billion kWh by 2030. The Government’s outlook requires a high demand for capital, including loan capital. In this regard, the project finance should play a significant role in meeting that expectation. Generally, the lenders will expect perfected security interests over all of the property and assets of the project company. This article discusses notable issues in taking security over the immoveable assets of renewable energy projects.
Resolution of land disputes by conciliation Resolution of land disputes by conciliation
the 2013 Land Law defines land dispute as “a dispute involving the rights and/or obligations of land users between two or more parties in a land relationship”. When a land dispute occurs, concerned parties shall generally choose one of dispute resolution mechanisms. For credit institutions, being knowledgeable about the land dispute settlement mechanisms is particularly important, especially when security assets involving land use rights become the subject of the dispute. This paper will focus on resolving land-related disputes by conciliation in terms of law and practice.
Land conflicts in emerging suburban areas in Vietnam: causes and effects Land conflicts in emerging suburban areas in Vietnam: causes and effects
This article takes initial steps in understanding causes and effects of land conflicts in Vietnam after the effect of the 2003 Land Law and its subsequent amendments. It examines institutional arrangements that govern land rights security but may have created biases toward different land users upon conflicting land use purposes. The analysis also examines the values of the two available large sample surveys in Vietnam (the citizen perception-based Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) and the firm perception-based Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI)) in informing potential different treatments toward citizens and firms as land users.

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