The last twenty years have seen a period of rapid change in the Chinese legal system, and law and regulation have played a crucial role in the development of the modern Chinese economy. A multiplicity of laws and regulations passed every year by governments at various levels make the study of Chinese law an increasingly complex task.
A comprehensive presentation of Chinese law to foreign readers familiar with a very different legal tradition is a difficult task involving more than simple linguistic translation. Many rules, principles and practices of Chinese law can only be properly understood by applying Chinese legal thinking and jurisprudence. Taking this into account, the editors and contributors have endeavoured to present Chinese law wherever possible from an angle accessible to those with a common law background, whilst necessarily retaining the use of Chinese legal terminology.
This book encompasses all of the most important aspects of Chinese law, and has a strong practical and case law emphasis which sets it apart from other studies in the field. Edited by eminent academics at the City University of Hong Kong, Chinese Law offers the most up-to-date, detailed and comprehensive coverage of the subject ever published in a single volume.
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- The Legal System of China
- Constitutional Law and State Structure
- Judicial Review in China
- The General Principles of Civil Law
- Civil Procedure Law
- Law of Contract
- Foreign Investment Law
- The Law of Taxation
- Banking Law in China 1998
- The Company Law
- Law of Family, Marriage and Succession
- Employment Law in China
- The Essentials of Land Law in China
- Law on Intellectual Property
- Law on Environmental Protection
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Procedure Law
- Maritime Law
- Conflict of Laws
- Non-Judicial Means of Dispute Settlement