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Special Privileges or Equality? Legal Protection for NPO Property Rights ‐ With a Discussion of the Meaning and Limitations of the “Public-Interest Property Rights” Concept

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The concept of “public-interest property rights” () has helped to clarify the jurisdiction over NPOs’ assets and has also underscored some special issues related to their use. At the same time, however, the concept may cause misconceptions about the legal status of NPOs’ property rights; NPOs’ exceptional characteristics should not negate their own property rights, nor should NPOs be granted any special legal status relative to other private law entities on their basis.

Affiliations: 1: Jin Jinping (), Ph.D. of Law; Instructor, Peking University Law School; Deputy Director, Nonprofit Organization Law Research Center, Email:


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