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Since rural drinking water projects have diversified investment subjects, complex form, and lacks property right system and policy at national level, there are many difficulties in determining property right of projects in many areas. This not only puzzles competent authorities and specific management institution, but also is unfavorable for long-term full play of project benefit. Combining related laws, regulations, and policies, this paper analyzed and discussed property right of rural drinking water projects. It proposed establishing usufructuary right to replace division of property right, in the hope of helping improve management of rural drinking water projects.

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