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Use Right Of Residential Land

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This chapter contains 34 articles on use right of residential land. Some of the presented articles are: subject matter of the use right of residential land, contract for the creation of the use right of residential land, co-ownership over the use right of residential land, statutory use right of residential land, usage fee for the use right of residential land and increasing and reducing the rent on the use right of residential land. The subject matter of the use right of residential land shall be limited to the building land prescribed by law. The contract for the use right of residential land shall be created in writing. A landowner shall not deny the application for renewal without justifiable reasons, unless otherwise agreed in an agreement for the creation of the use right of residential land.

Keywords: landowner; residential land

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