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Issues on the Legislation of the Enterprise City, the Innovation City and the MultifunctionalAdministration City from the Perspective of Public Land Law

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2007, 37(2), pp.95-122
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

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ABSTRACT

This paper explores and compares by whom and through what procedure the Enterprise City, the Innovation City and the Multifunctional Administration City are developed, how their developments are to be financed, how expropriation and compensation of land is to be undertaken, and also issues specifically pertaining to each city from the perspective of public land law.Special provisions to facilitate and speed up development are deemed unavoidable in view of the urgent need to alleviate overpopulation of the metropolitan area and to achieve balance between different regions. Nevertheless, the development plans of each city should be in harmony with overall national territorial plans, and also the autonomy of local governments and the local community in matters of economical and industrial development should be respected and protected. From this viewpoint, the laws which constitute the groundwork for the Enterprise City, the Innovation City and the Multifunctional Administration City can be seen as sacrificing the autonomy of local governments and participation of local residents for the sake of a speedy achievement of balanced regional development initiated, propelled and led by the central government.

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