Property Rights – Australia vs China

In Australia, they pay you 10 times the value of the land.

In China, they build around you.  Be sure to click on the pic/vid.

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10 Responses to Property Rights – Australia vs China

  1. Infidel Tiger

    That’s bullshit.

    In China they bulldoze your house with your family in it and send you the bill.

  2. Fred

    Happened in Greensborough too. My dad tells me the story of someone who refused to sell so they built carpark around their house.

  3. old bloke

    The investigation had been designated as “sensitive”, meaning senior AFP officers would oversee how it was being handled

    I wonder if the AFP investigation into the Vatican anti-Pell money transfers is also designated as “sensitive.”

  4. H B Bear

    Clearly not a [ Lieboral] party donor.

  5. rickw

    That’s bullshit.

    In China they bulldoze your house with your family in it and send you the bill.

    Exactly. I reckon they only do this on the odd occasion for propaganda purposes. If there was no cost neutral engineering solution then the owners would have been fucked.

  6. RobK

    I also think to characterise this as a property rights thing is a bit of a stretch.
    The”house “ is in very poor condition, it has an industrial grade underpass to it and is adjacent to low concrete structures by a river or large body of water. I’d suggest that it is a pump house or flood gate control which is yet to be revamped.
    Just guessing of course, but going on past form I don’t believe the property rights angle as mentioned above by others.

  7. NuThink

    It is a copy of this bridge in South America.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laguna_Garz%C3%B3n_Bridge#:~:text=The%20Laguna%20Garz%C3%B3n
    %20Bridge%20is,the%20one%2Dway%20circular%20route.

  8. Arky

    “There is no private ownership of land in China. One can only obtain rights to use land. A land lease of up to 70 years is usually granted for residential purposes.

  9. Annie

    There’s a place near Shap on the M6 sitting between the northbound and southbound lanes in Cumbria.

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