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Monday, October 18, 2021
Tags: land disputes
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.
National Assembly debates revised Land Law National Assembly debates revised Land Law
Land planning, land prices, land recovery and assurance of livelihoods for people whose land had been recovered were the hottest issues when National Assembly deputies discussed the draft of the revised Land Law during the fourth session of the National Assembly.
New Land Law caters for social stability New Land Law caters for social stability
After nearly 10 years in effect, the 2003 Land Law has created remarkable improvements in land administration and use. The Law and its guiding documents have promoted the economical and effective use of land resources. However, not a few difficulties and problems have emerged in the implementation of the Law, which are addressed in the draft amended Land Law put up for discussion at a National Assembly Standing Committee meeting held this month.
Courts to settle most administrative cases Courts to settle most administrative cases
The jurisdiction of courts to deal with administrative cases is expanded under the Law on Administrative Procedures, which will take effect on July 1, 2011.
Correlation between huong uoc village codes and laws in regulating social relations in Vietnams traditional villages Correlation between “huong uoc” village codes and laws in regulating social relations in Vietnam’s traditional villages
The role of “huong uoc” village codes and laws as well as their correlation in regulating social relations in Vietnam’s traditional villages firstly originate from the rural people’s perception of the essence of laws and “huong uoc”.
Feudal court systems under the Le and Nguyen dynasties (15th - 19th centuries) Feudal court systems under the “Le” and “Nguyen” dynasties (15th - 19th centuries)
The House of Le (1428-1789) and the House of Nguyen (1802-1945) were two dynasties having lasted longest in Vietnam’s feudal history. Consequently, their court systems were large and well organized, having typified the feudal court system of Vietnam.
Court organization in feudal Vietnam during the 10th-15th century period Court organization in feudal Vietnam during the 10th-15th century period
In monarchical states, the kings fully grasped the State power, hence the feudal State apparatus was not divided into the legislative, executive and judiciary bodies.
Courts to settle most administrative cases Courts to settle most administrative cases
The jurisdiction of courts to deal with administrative cases is expanded under the Law on Administrative Procedures, which will take effect on July 1, 2011.
Revising the Land Law: creating equity for farmers Revising the Land Law: creating equity for farmers
The article focuses on legal issues which require attention during the revision of the 2003 Law on Land. The intention is to provide legal treatment of the farmers equitable to other land use right holders, thus ensuring their ability to increase incomes and welfare along the path of Vietnam toward an industrialized nation by 2020.
Courts jurisdiction to settle civil cases Courts’ jurisdiction to settle civil cases
Civil procedure-conducting bodies and participants and their jurisdictions, rights and interests are basic institutions of Vietnam’s civil procedure law.

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