Introduction to Membership Rights
Ever since Mr. XIE Huaishi proposed that membership rights should be recognized as an independent kind of rights in 1990s, the research of membership rights has remained at the initial stage which only focuses on its definition and concept. This paper tries to give preliminary answers to membership rights’ nature, powers and functions, and realization, etc. so that to inspire scholars and researchers in investigating new kind of rights.
Key words: Membership rights; Commune members’ rights; Powers and functions
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