Taking Land: Compulsory Purchase and Regulation in Asian-Pacific Countries
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436pp. January 2002
Taking Land: Compulsory Purchase and Regulation in Asian-Pacific Countries
Editor: Kotaka, Tsuyoshi; Callies, David L.;
The Asia-Pacific region with its rapid urbanization has generated an immediate need for both land use control and compulsory purchase by national and local governments. This book takes a comparative look at land use laws in ten Asia-Pacific countries (Aus
"Professors Kotaka and Callies have demonstrated ably the richness of comparative analysis in understanding land use regulatory systems, and should be encouraged to continue to apply their approach to other regions of the world." --Land Use Law and Zon
Editor: Kotaka, Tsuyoshi; Callies, David L.;
Tsuyoshi Kotaka is professor of law at Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan. David L. Callies is Benjamin A. Kudo Professor of Law at The William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai'i.
1 Planning Law and Compulsory Acquisition in Australia
Murray J. Raff

2 Compensation System in the People's Republic of China
Zhan Xian Bin

3 Government as Ground Landlord and Land Use Regulator: The Hong Kong Experience
Anton Cooray

4 Japa




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