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In the management and use of land, the conversion of land use rights from one subject to another for the purposes of national defense and security, for socio-economic development is an indispensable need. The regualtions of the law for this activity is a particularly important content of land law. In the context of a market economy and the practice of legal regulation through the Land Law 1993, the Land Law 2003, and the Land Law 2013, the mechanisms of land conversion includes: (1) Coercive land coordination mechanisms (The State uses public power to take the land use rights from one person to give it to another; (2) Voluntary land coordination mechanism (subjects agree to transfer land use rights from one person to another through civil transactions on land use rights). As land coordination mechanisms are a relatively birad issue, this paper focuses on suggestions for the following regulations: - The role of land conversion mechanisms through civil transactions - Evaluation of regulations on ladn conversion mechanisms through civil transactions in the Land Law 2013 and legal issues raised by the revised Draft Land Law. - Proposing solutions to improve the land mechanism through civil transactions in the Draft Amended Land Law

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Phạm, V. (2023). Mechanism of land conversion through civil transactions – Some recommendations for completing the draft amending land law. Science & Technology Development Journal: Economics- Law & Management, 7(S1), S78-S83.

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