In the context of German reunification one of the most important political decisions which had to be taken was the question how to reprivatize the land having been nationalized during the communist rule. At first the principle «restitution before compensation» was laid down which later on was replaced by the principle «investment before restitution, restitution before compensation» due to the difficulties to attract investors to the new Lands. The first part of the reports collected in this book deals with the legal implementation of those principles in Germany and the question if the experiences gained thereby can be used for a necessary land reform after a future Korean reunification. The second part compares classical topics such as land taxation, land law and land planning law in Germany and Korea. Finally an outlook on international trends in land law is taken.