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Constitutionality of Legal Interpretation—Taking Interpretation of Article 166 and 167 of the Real Rights Law as an Example

  • Zhu WangEmail author
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Abstract

Easement is a new system in the Real Rights Law of China. In Chapter 14 of the Real Rights Law, 14 articles are used to give the framework provisions for the basic issues about easement. From the viewpoint of legal interpretation, the Writer analyzes the possible constitutionality-related doubts in Article 166 and 167 of the Real Rights Law, in the hope that the academic circle will pay attention to the defects in legislative techniques of the Real Rights Law, and formulate the corresponding countermeasures.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Law SchoolSichuan UniversityChengduChina

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