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Guideline planned to better supervise rental properties

By Cao Yin | China Daily | Updated: 2013-11-13 08:19

Beijing legal officials said on Tuesday that they plan to issue a judicial guideline for housing authorities soon on the registration and supervision of tenants in rental properties, a move aimed at reducing crime in shared housing.

In the past two years, the Chaoyang District People's Court in Beijing has handled more than 50 criminal cases involving rental housing. Property-related crimes were the most common, followed by sex and drug-related offenses.

One of the three officials to make the announcement on Tuesday was Jia Liying, presiding judge of the Chaoyang court's criminal department.

Guideline planned to better supervise rental properties

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