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The transition of the People's Republic of China into a market economy and the ensuing development of its real estate market have seen the rise of a new type of case, related to the sale of "second hand properties" (er shou fang) (二手房,): the "disputes in transactions for haunted houses" (xiong zhai maimai jiufen) (凶宅买卖纠纷). Can the plaintiff's rights, which are not regulated by express provisions of statutory law but are rooted in traditional beliefs, be claimed in the courts of a socialistdoi:10.1017/asjcl.2015.7 fatcat:kvarbsuvvzgeznbgzugazhckzq