In this Article,  Paul T. Babie, John V. Orth, and Charlie Xiao-chuan Weng identify the mix, balance, or
blend in varying degrees ofthe  ideal-typic property types identified in varying stages of specificity by A.M. Honoré and Jeremy Waldron, the “Honoré-Waldron thesis.” The authors test the accuracy of the thesis by considering, comparatively, the real property or land law of a communist/socialist and civilian legal system, that of China, and two liberal/capitalist and common law systems, those of the United States and Australia.

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