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A study on improvement in the provision of construction site for apartment buildings enforced as a measure for migrating inhabitants

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2012, 56(), pp.191-206
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Ok-Kyung Yuh 1 김은유 2

1한양사이버대학교
2변호사

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ABSTRACT

The existing measures for migrating inhabitants take a simple form of selecting any one of the measures such as establishment of a migration settlement, provision of housing sites or apartment buildings, payment of a resettlement stipend for migrants. Such measures, however, have been causing high expenses for resettlement, which resulted in selling off the migrant's right to ownership of a parcel of land to a third party, and necessitated new migration measures due to deteriorating real estate market and migrants' resistance, for example, adoption of an unprecedented measure in Korea, i.e., provision of construction sites for apartment buildings in the administrative-complex city construction project. Under the Housing Act, however, although there are housing cooperatives and joint development projects conducted by land owners and building contractors in order to receive a construction site for apartment buildings, and thereafter build apartment buildings and for a migrant to acquire the ownership of an apartment, migrants are unable to select the method of housing cooperatives under the Housing Act, and the said joint development project is far from realistic because of the problems surrounding provisional attachment/seizure and decision-making. To improve and solve the above problems, this study has suggested adoption of a migrant-association system. On the other hand, project operators shall realize that migrants are their business partners in promoting the public interest projects concerned and that being considerate of migrants' interest is the shortcut to successful fulfillment of the projects, and therefore they should left no stone unturned in their efforts to establish/enforce truly effective measures for migrating inhabitants.

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