Land disputes in Viet Nam: a burden with few solutions


As published in on 18 June 2016

A quarter of surveyed Vietnamese express their concern over land disagreements including land use rights certificate, land boundary and land resettlement, but nearly half choose to do nothing to resolve them, according to UNDP's 2015 Justice Index report.

2015 Justice Index report presents the aggregated results from the 2015 survey, based on interviews with 13,841 Vietnamese across the country conducted from 2013 to 2015. The findings are compared with the result of the 2012 survey, which collected data during the 2010-2012 period.

Findings from the 2015 survey show that land and business issues account for nearly a quarter of civil disputes and administrative concerns each, followed by civil issues at 17.6 percent.

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