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by Tsuyoshi Kotaka,David L. Callies

Category: Administrative Law
Subcategory: Law
Author: Tsuyoshi Kotaka,David L. Callies
ISBN: 0824825195
ISBN13: 978-0824825195
Language: English
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (January 31, 2002)
Pages: 392
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The book's major themes are land use control and eminent domain (compulsory purchase).

ISBN-13: 9780824825195. This book takes a comparative look at land use laws in ten Asia-Pacific countries (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand) as well as in the United States. The book's major themes are land use control and eminent domain (compulsory purchase). Contributors examine land use control by focusing on land ownership, statutory framework, land use plans and planning, zoning, building regulations, courts and common law, and regulatory taking among the eleven countries.

This book takes a comparative look at land use laws in ten Asia-Pacific countries (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand) as well as in the United States. A land use scholar from each country describes and analyzes compulsory land acquisition and the means through which property owners can seek compensation when government regulations or policies become so burdensome that.

Tsuyoshi Kotaka, David Callies, Heidi Guth. Published: 1 December 2001. 1023/A:1020579121771.

David L. Callies, Li-Fu Chen, Anton Cooray, Glenys Godlovitch, Tsuyoshi Kotaka, Murray J. Raff, William Jm Ricquier, Eathipol Srisawaluck, Won Woo Suh & Grace Xavier. Philosophy East and West 63 (2) (2013).

Tsuyoshi K &, David L. C. Taking Land: Compulsory Purchase and Regulation in Asian-Pacific Countries. University of Hawaii Press 2002, p3. 6. Kakulu, . An analysis of Processes and Methods in Compulsory land Acquisition and Compensation. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis – University of Reading (2008). Abstract- In various countries around the world, land expropriation is considered as a major tool used by governments to assemble tracts of land for various activities aiming at public interest. However, determination of compensation which is regarded as a pre-requisite for land expropriation has been a source of controversy in this process.

Government use of compulsory purchase and land use control powers .

Government use of compulsory purchase and land use control powers appears to be increasing worldwide as the desire for public facilities and supporting.

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 (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand) as well as in the United States. A land use scholar from each country describes and analyzes compulsory land acquisition and the means through which property owners can seek compensation when government regulations or policies become so burdensome that they approach the effect of compulsory purchase.

The book's major themes are land use control and eminent domain (compulsory purchase). Contributors examine land use control by focusing on land ownership, statutory framework, land use plans and planning, zoning, building regulations, courts and common law, and regulatory taking among the eleven countries. Sections on eminent domain cover the right of government to take or reclaim private property. General topics discussed include the source of authority (often a country's constitution), the public purpose and the extent of power, compensation, due process, the importance of plans, the effect of a "colonial" legal system, and the accommodation of indigenous peoples' land rights.

With the publication of this volume, legal scholars and practicing land use lawyers will be able to analyze and compare for the first time the individual legal approaches of developed and developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

Contributors: David L. Callies, Li-Fu Chen, Anton Cooray, Glenys Godlovitch, Tsuyoshi Kotaka, Murray J. Raff, William J. M. Ricquier, Eathipol Srisawaluck, Won Woo Suh, Grace Xavier, Zhen Xian Bin.

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