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Legislative Tasks of the Financial Aid System for Resettlement in Public Works

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2021, 95(), pp.163-177
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : July 31, 2021
  • Accepted : August 23, 2021
  • Published : August 25, 2021

Chung Tae Jong 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

The spread of COVID-19 that began at the beginning of 2020 has already weighed down on citizens’ daily lives for two years. The dedication of medical workers, such as the development and distribution of vaccines for infectious diseases, and the efforts and sacrifice of quarantine authorities responsible for the spread of infectious diseases and isolation and treatment of infected people are also lacking in audit and encouragement. However, such administrative activities during the active and passive quarantine process have resulted in an unintended number of victims, and the period has passed for about a year and a half. Through MERS and SARS, the basis for compensation for loss due to administrative action of infectious diseases was prescribed in the Infectious Disease Prevention Act, which paved the way for compensation for loss. However, since the contents were limited to medical institutions and related work due to the outbreak of infectious diseases, it was impossible to cause a huge loss due to restrictions on the movement of citizens and business of small business owners caused by COVID-19. The government’s various disaster support funds could not be a fundamental solution, so research and legislative discussions on operating losses due to prolonged business restrictions were conducted, and the National Assembly recently revised the Small Business Act to legislate related loss compensation. In this article, the basic framework of loss compensation caused by the administrative action of infectious diseases is reviewed, the legislative basis for loss compensation caused by restrictions on the operation of small business owners caused by COVID-19, and the areas to be supplemented in the administrative legislation process. It is hoped that this discussion will help with economic activities that have been dampened by the administrative action of infectious diseases and the appropriate compensation discussions.

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