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Not in dicts. It's particularly common in HK, it seems (in the "acquire land" sense)..
1) "China experienced two major land reforms during the twentieth century. The
reform of 1947–52 was implemented hard on the heels of the conquest of
territory by the People’s Liberation Army. Land owned by landlords, temples
and lineages, and land rented out by rich peasants, was seized by newly formed
village Peasants’ Associations. This confiscated land was then re-distributed to
middle and poor peasants, and to landless labourers."
2) "My grandmother was an uneducated peasant from Dongguan, Guangdong. She probably didn’t know what Communist ideology was, beyond 收地、分地 or to confiscate land and distribute it. She also admonished me not to speak of communism 玩共产，命都没 because participating in communism could get one killed. That was all I remembered her telling me as a child."
J ~ The Lands Tribunal handles tenancy claims, rating and valuation appeals, applications for the compulsory sale of buildings for redevelopment, and compensation assessments when land is resumed by the Government or reduced in value by development.
land resumption compensation
Y.K. Kan Formula [calculating compensation for land acquisition]
Web ~ 福建古田：县政府“变卦”收地，被判赔3亿
Web ~ 过去政府对于新发展区收地补偿，有各种「特事特办」安排，不少人认定可以讨价还价，不断跟政府拉锯，收地进展自然缓慢。
+ 收地 收地 [shou1 di4] /to confiscate land for redistribution (China, 1947-52)/(of a government) to acquire land (with compensation)/